Public Infrastructure, Regional efficiency, and Factor Substitutiability in Atlatic Canada Manufacturing
In this paper we seek to add to the understanding of the cost characteristics of Atlantic Canadian manufacturing. We examine the effects of public infrastructure on provincial manufacturing costs. The modelling technique employed is that of the CES-TL variable system.
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