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Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 01—Global Trends: 1980-2015 and Beyond, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 02—Broad Liberalization Based on Fundamentals: A Framework for Canadian Commercial Policy, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 03—North American Economic Integration: 25 Years Backward and Forward, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 04—Demographic Trends in Canada, 1996-2006: Implications for the Public and Private Sectors, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 05—Capital Investment Challenges in Canada, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 06—Looking to the 21st Century—Infrastructure Investments for Economic Growth and for the Welfare and Well-Being of Canadians, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 07—The Implications of Technological Change for Human Resource Policy, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 08—Economics and the Environment: The Recent Canadian Experience and Prospects for the Future, November 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 09—Individual Responses to Changes in the Canadian Labour Market, December 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 10—The Corporate Response—Innovation in the Information Age, December 1998 1998
Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 11, Institutions and Growth—Framework Policy as a Tool of Competitive Advantage for Canada, December 1998 1998
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 01, Multinationals as Agents of Change: Setting a New Canadian Policy on Foreign Direct Investment, November 1994 1994
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 02, Technological Change and International Economic Institutions, December 1995 1995
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 03, Canadian Corporate Governance Policy Options, March 1996 1996
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 04, Foreign Direct Investment and Market Framework Policies: Reducing Frictions in APEC Policies on Competition and Intellectual Property, October 1996 1996
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 05, Industry Canada's Foreign Investment Research: Messages and Policy Implications, October 1997 1997
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 06, International Market Contestability and the New Issues at the World Trade Organization, February 1998 1998
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 07, Implications of Foreign Ownership Restrictions for the Canadian Economy—A Sectoral Analysis, April 1999 1999
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 08, Determinants of Canadian Productivity Growth: Issues and Prospects, December 1999 1999
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 09, Is Canada Missing the "Technology Boat"? Evidence from Patent Data, January 2000 2000
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 10, North American Economic Integration: Issues and Research Agenda, April 2001 2001
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 11, Social Policy and Productivity Growth: What are the Linkages?, May 2002 2002
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 12, The Irish Economic Boom: Facts, Causes and Lessons, May 2002 2002
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 13, Services in the New Economy: Research Issues, October 2003 2003
Archived — Discussion Paper Number 14, Making Canada the Destination of Choice for Internationally Mobile Resources, January 2004 2004
Archived — Economic Growth in Canada and the United States in the Information Age, May 2004 2004
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 01, Volume 1—Formal and Informal Investment Barriers in the G-7 Countries: The Country Chapters, May 1994 1994
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 01, Volume 2—Formal and Informal Investment Barriers in the G-7 Countries: Summary and Conclusions, May 1994 1994
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 02—Business Development Initiatives of Multinational Subsidiaries in Canada, May 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 03—The Role of R&D Consortia in Technology Development, February 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 04—Gender Tracking in University Programs, March 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 05—Competitiveness: Concepts and Measures, April 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 06—Institutional Aspects of R&D Incentives: The Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit, April 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 07—Competition Policy as a Dimension of Economic Policy: A Comparative Perspective, May 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 08—Mechanisms and Practices for the Assessment of the Social and Cultural Implications of Science and Technology, July 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 09—Science and Technology: Perspectives for Public Policy, July 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 10—Endogenous Innovation and Growth: Implications for Canada, August 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 11—The University-Industry Relationship in Science and Technology, August 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 12—Technology and the Economy: A Review of Some Critical Relationships, December 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 13—Management Skills Development in Canada, December 1995 1995
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 14—The Human Factor in Firms' Performance: Management Strategies for Productivity and Competitiveness in the Knowledge-Based Economy, November 1996 1996
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 15—Payroll Taxation and Employment: A Literature Survey, December 1996 1996
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 16—Sustainable Development: Concepts, Measures, Market and Policy Failures at the Open Economy, Industry and Firm Levels, October 1997 1997
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 17—Measuring Sustainable Development: A Review of Current Practice, November 1997 1997
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 18—Reducing Regulatory Barriers to Trade: Lessons for Canada from the European Experience, February 1998 1998
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 19—Analysis of International Trade Dispute Settlement Mechanisms and Implications for Canada's Agreement on Internal Trade, November 1997 1997
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 20—Aboriginal Businesses: Characteristics and Strategies for Growth, July 1998 1998
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 21—University Research and the Commercialization of Intellectual Property in Canada, April 1999 1999
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 22—A Regional Perspective on the Canada-U.S. Standard of Living Comparison, February 2000 2000
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 23—Linkages Between Technological Change and Productivity Growth, May 2000 2000
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 24—Investment and Productivity Growth: a Survey From the Neoclassical and New Growth Perspectives, June 2000 2000
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 25—The Economic Determinants of Innovation, January 2001 2001
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 26—SMEs, Exports and Job Creation: A Firm Level Analysis. December 2000 2000
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 27—The Location of Higher Value-Added Activities, April 2001 2001
Archived — Occasional Paper Number 28—Electronic Commerce and Productivity Growth: Defining and Assessing the Linkages, April 2001 2001
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 01—Can Small-Country Manufacturing Survive Trade Liberalization?: Evidence from the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, April 1999 1999
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 02—Modelling Links between Canadian Trade and Foreign Direct Investment, April 1999 1999
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 03—Trade Liberalisation and the Migration of Skilled Workers, April 1999 1999
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 04—The Changing Industry and Skill Mix of Canada's International Trade, April 1999 1999
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 05—Effects of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement on Interprovincial Trade, April 1999 1999
Archived — Perspectives on North American Free Trade Series Number 06—The Long and Short of the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, December 1999 1999
Archived — Working Paper 2007-08—Interprovincial Trade Barriers Towards Goods and Services: An Issues Paper for Industry Canada 2007
Archived — Working Paper 2007-09—Barriers to the Inter-Provincial Mobility of Labour 2007
Archived — Working Paper 2007-10—Interprovincial Barriers to Labour Mobility in Canada: Policy, Knowledge Gaps and Research Issues 2007
Archived — Working Paper 2007-11—Interprovincial Barriers to Internal Trade in Goods, Services and Flows of Capital: Policy, Knowledge Gaps and Research Issues 2007
Archived — Working Paper Number 05, Steppin' Out: An Analysis of Recent University Graduates into the Labour Market, May 1995 1995
Archived — Working Paper Number 06, Measuring the Compliance Cost of Tax Expenditures: The Case of Research and Development Incentives, January 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 34, Sectoral Impacts of Kyoto Compliance, March 2001 2001
Archived — Working Paper Number 36, Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Capital Formation, April 2002 2002
Archived — Working Paper Number 37, National Political Infrastructure and Foreign Direct Investment, December 2002 2002
Archived — Working Paper Number 38, The Link Between Innovation and Productivity in Canadian Manufacturing Industries, November 2003 2003
Archived — Working Paper Number 39, Competition Perceptions and Innovation Activities: An Empirical Study of Canadian Manufacturing Firms, December 2003 2003
Archived — Working Paper Number 40, International Trade, Interprovincial Trade, and Canadian Provincial Growth, December 2003 2003
Archived — Working Paper Number 01, Economic Integration in North America: Trends in Foreign Direct Investment and the Top 1,000 Firms, January 1994 1994
Archived — Working Paper Number 02, Canadian-Based Multinationals: An Analysis of Activities and Performance, July 1994 1994
Archived — Working Paper Number 03, International R&D Spillovers Between Industries in Canada and the United States, September 1994 1994
Archived — Working Paper Number 04, The Economic Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on Corporations, February 1995 1995
Archived — Working Paper Number 07, Governance Structure, Corporate Decision-Making and Firm Performance in North America, March 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 08, Foreign Direct Investment and APEC Economic Integration, February 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 09, World Mandate Strategies for Canadian Subsidiaries, March 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 10, R&D and Productivity Growth in Canadian Communications Equipment and Manufacturing, June 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 11, Long-Run Perspective on Canadian Regional Convergence, May 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 12, Implications of Technology and Imports on Employment and Wages in Canada, July 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 13, The Development of Strategic Alliances in Canadian Industries: A Micro Analysis, October 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 14, Employment Performance in the Knowledge-Based Economy, December 1996 1996
Archived — Working Paper Number 15, The Knowledge-Based Economy: Shifts in Industrial Output, January 1997 1997
Archived — Working Paper Number 16, Business Strategies of SMEs and Large Firms in Canada, October 1997 1997
Archived — Working Paper Number 17, Impact of China's Trade and Foreign Investment Reforms on the World Economy, October 1997 1997
Archived — Working Paper Number 18, Regional Disparities in Canada: Characterization, Trends and Lessons for Economic Policy, November 1997 1997
Archived — Working Paper Number 19, Inter-Industry and U.S. R&D Spillovers, Canadian Industrial Production and Productivity Growth, February 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 20, Information Technology and Labour Productivity Growth: An Empirical Analysis for Canda and the United States, March 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 21, Capital-Embodied Technical Change and the Productivity Growth Slowdown in Canada, April 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 23, Restructuring in Canadian Industries: A Micro Analysis, June 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 24, Canadian Government Policies Toward Inward Foreign Direct Investment, September 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 25, A Structuralist Assessment of Technology Policies—Taking Schumpeter Seriously on Policy, October 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 26, Intrafirm Trade of Canadian-Based Foreign Transnational Companies, December 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 27, Recent Jumps in Patenting Activities: Comparative Innovative Performance of Major Industrial Countries, Patterns and Explanations, December 1998 1998
Archived — Working Paper Number 28, Technology and the Demand for Skills: an Industry-Level Analysis, March 1999 1999
Archived — Working Paper Number 29, The Productivity Gap between Canadian and U.S. Firms, April 1999 1999
Archived — Working Paper Number 30, Foreign Direct Investment and Productivity Growth: The Canadian Host-Country Experience, April 1999 1999
Archived — Working Paper Number 31, Are Canadian-Controlled Manufacturing Firms Less Productive than their Foreign-Controlled Counterparts? February 2000 2000
Archived — Working Paper Number 32, The Canada-U.S. Productivity Growth Paradox, March 2000 2000
Archived — Working Paper Number 33, R&D Propensity and Productivity Performance of Foreign-Controlled Firms in Canada, March 2001 2001
Archived — Working Paper Series: Firm Size and Research and Development Expenditures: A Canada-U.S. Comparison 2009
Archived — Working Paper Series: Impact of FDI Restrictions on Inward FDI in OECD Countries 2009
Archived — Working Paper Series: Investment Restrictions in the Financial Services Sector 2009
Are Small or Large Producers Driving the Canada-U.S. Labour Productivity Gap? Recent Evidence from Manufacturing, Working Paper 2014-04, Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series 2014
Do Very Large Producers Contribute to the Canada–U.S. Productivity Gap? Evidence from Manufacturing, Working Paper 2011–01, Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series 2011
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series: Working Paper 2009-03: Are Canadian Industries Moving Up the Value Chain? 2009
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series: Working Paper 2010-01: ICT and Total Factor Productivity Growth: Intangible Capital or Productive Externalties? 2010
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series: Working Paper 2014-01: Drivers of Innovation, Complementarity of Innovation, and Performance of Enterprises in Canada 2014
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series: Working Paper 2014-03: Industry Structure Change and the Post-2000 Economic Growth Slowdown: A Canada-U.S. Comparison 2014
Estimating the Incremental Impacts of a Provincial Tax Credit on Business R&D Expenditures Using a Natural Experiment in British Columbia, Working Paper 2014-06, Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch Working Paper Series 2014
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