Innovation capabilities : technology use, productivity growth and business performance : evidence from Canadian technology surveys / John R. Baldwin and Guy Gellatly Baldwin, John R. (John Russel)

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Baldwin, John R. (John Russel)
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Business enterprises - Technological innovations - Canada - Econometric models.; Business enterprises - Productivity - Canada - Econometric models.
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This paper summarizes the results of several research studies conducted by the Micro-economic Analysis Division of Statistics Canada that investigate the impact of advanced technology use on business performance. These studies combine establishment-level survey data on advanced technology practices with longitudinal data that measure changes in relative performance. Together, these studies provide strong evidence that technology strategies have considerable bearing on competitive outcomes after other correlates of plant performance are taken into account. Advanced communications technologies warrant special emphasis, as the use of these technologies has been shown to be closely associated with changes in relative productivity.
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