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Investissement en actifs incorporels au Canada : depenses de R-D, d'innovation, d'image de marque et de prospection miniere, petroliere et gaziere

  • Lafrance, Amelie
  • Macdonald, Ryan
  • Gu, Wulong
  • Baldwin, John R.

Le present document fournit des estimations de l'investissement en actifs incorporels au Canada dans les domaines de l'innovation, de la publicite et de l'extraction de ressources naturelles. Il prolonge avant tout les travaux de Beckstead et Gellatly (2003), Baldwin et Hanel (2003), Beckstead et Gellatly (2003), Beckstead et Vinodrai (2003), ainsi que Baldwin et Beckstead (2003) qui soutiennent que la portee des activites d'innovation s'etend au dela de la recherche et developpement telle qu'elle est definie dans le Manuel de Frascati. Ces auteurs elargissent la definition des activites d'innovation afin d'y inclure toutes les depenses scientifiques et en genie, que les services soient obtenus sur le marche ou produits par l'entreprise. Ils examinent aussi les depenses en elements d'actif incorporels, tels que les marques ou l'exploration des ressources naturelles. Le document contribue a la litterature existante grace a la presentation d'estimations de l'investissement en actifs incorporels (connaissances en science et en genie, publicite, prospection miniere et petroliere par industrie) en s'appuyant sur des bases de donnees de Statistique Canada dont la haute qualite et la coherence interne sont etablies. Les estimations produites concordent avec les resultats d'autres etudes sur les investissements incorporels (Corrado, Hulten et Sichel, 2005, 2006; Jalava, Ahmavarra et Alanen, 2007) et montrent que l'investissement de type R D classique represente environ le quart des investissements incorporels dans le domaine des sciences et du genie.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse economique in its series La revue canadienne de productivite with number 2009026f.

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