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La productivite multifactorielle au Canada : une evaluation de diverses methodes d'estimation des services de capital

  • Gu, Wulong
  • Baldwin, John R.

Le but de l'etude est d'examiner les effets de diverses methodes de calcul du cout d'usage du capital sur les estimations des indices de prix et de volume des services de capital. Nous determinons la sensibilite des resultats a l'utilisation d'un taux de rendement exogene par opposition a endogene, a divers moyens d'inclure les gains en capital et a l'ajout ou non de corrections pour tenir compte des parametres fiscaux. Enfin, nous etudions l'effet des diverses formules du cout d'usage du capital sur l'estimation de la croissance de la productivite multifactorielle.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse economique in its series La revue canadienne de productivite with number 2007009f.

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Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp6f:2007009f
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