English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Structural Change in the Canadian Manufacturing Sector (1970-90) Baldwin, John R.; Raffiquzzaman, Mohammed

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Title
  • Structural Change in the Canadian Manufacturing Sector (1970-90)
Author
  • Baldwin, John R.
  • Raffiquzzaman, Mohammed
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • This paper investigates structural change at the national and the regional level in five broadly defined sectors of the Canadian economy -- the natural-resource-based, the labour-intensive, the scale-based, the product-differentiated, and the science-based sectors. Three aspects of change are examined. First, changes in the importance of each sector over the last twenty years are traced. Second, the amount of internal change within each sector -- changes in the importance of individual industries in each sector and the nature of job turnover within industries are examined. Finally, the extent to which wage differentials have widened over time is examined.
  • Manufacturing, Business performance and ownership, Entry, exit, mergers and growth
  • RePEc:stc:stcp3e:1994061e
Language
  • English
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