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Interpreting Canada's Productivity Performance in the Past Decade: Lessons from Recent Research

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Опубликовано на портале: 23-11-2007
Bank of Canada Review. 2007.  P. 19-32. 
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Dion examines the evolution of Canadian productivity since the mid-1990s, using the United States as a benchmark. During this period, trend productivity growth in Canada remained modest, whereas the U.S. witnessed a strong resurgence. Among the factors identified as potential root causes of Canada's lower productivity performance are a lower investment in information and communications technology, reallocation and adjustment costs associated with large relative price movements, and a weak demand for innovation.

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