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Productivite au Canada, 1961 a 2005


  • Baldwin, John R.


Cette etude examine la performance canadienne en terme de productivite au cours de la periode 1961 to 2005. Elle etudie la croissance la productivite du travail et les sources de cette croissance en terme de productivite multifactorielle, de contribution de l'intensite du capital et d'amelioration des competences des travailleurs. Elle examine aussi l'apport de la productivite a la croissance economique et a l'amelioration du niveau de vie. Enfin, cette etude analyse la part du revenu allant au travail et la remuneration horaire reelle des travailleurs. Les donnees publiees dans la presente etude se fondent sur la nouvelle base de donnees KLEMS qui a ete diffusee le 25 juin 2007 (

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  • Baldwin, John R., 2007. "Productivite au Canada, 1961 a 2005," La revue canadienne de productivite 2007011f, Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse economique.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp6f:2007011f

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