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Croissance de la productivite du travail au niveau provincial, 1997 a 2005

  • Gellatly, Guy

Les statistiques sur la productivite suscitent beaucoup d'attention parce qu'elles constituent des indicateurs cles des progres economiques. Le present document rend compte de la croissance moyenne de la productivite du travail au niveau provincial, de 1997 a 2005. Il montre comment les differences a moyen terme dans la croissance de la productivite ont influence les niveaux relatifs de productivite du travail dans les differentes provinces. Selon les donnees, la situation relative de la plupart des provinces est demeuree assez stable au cours de la periode de 1997 a 2005, en comparaison avec les variations qui ont touche la moyenne nationale. Il existe une exception digne de mention, a savoir Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, ou la croissance moyenne de la productivite a ete beaucoup plus forte pendant cette periode que dans les autres provinces, ce qui a contribue a ameliorer de facon substantielle la productivite du travail relative de cette province, au moment de l'evaluation en termes reels. Le present document porte egalement sur l'effet qu'un deuxieme facteur - les variations des prix recus pour les produits - a exerce sur les differences de productivite nominale d'une province a l'autre. Selon les donnees, les provinces de l'Alberta et de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, riches en ressources, ont largement profite de la hausse relative des prix.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse economique in its series La revue canadienne de productivite with number 2007007f.

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Date of creation: 15 Jan 2007
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Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp6f:2007007f
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