Archived — Occasional Papers

The Occasional Papers series is part of Industry Canada's Research Publications Program. This series of papers provides policy synthesis and literature surveys. They are of a specialized or descriptive nature and occasionally contain technical analysis in specific micro-economic fields.

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Occasional Papers:

No. 28: Electronic Commerce and Productivity Growth: Defining and Assessing the Linkages, by Steven Globerman, Western Washington University, April 2001

No. 27: The Location of Higher Value-Added Activities, by Steven Globerman, Western Washington University, April 2001

No. 26: SMEs, Exports and Job Creation: A Firm-Level Analysis, by Élisabeth Lefebvre and Louis A. Lefebvre, CIRANO and École Polytechnique de Montréal, December 2000

No. 25: The Economic Determinants of Innovation, by Randall Morck, University of Alberta, and Bernard Yeung, New York University, January 2001

No. 24: Investment and Productivity Growth: A Survey From the Neoclassical and New Growth Perspectives, by Kevin J. Stiroh, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, June 2000

No. 23: Linkages Between Technological Change and Productivity Growth, by Steven Globerman, Western Washington University, May 2000

No. 22: A Regional Perspective on the Canada-U.S. Standard of Living Comparison, by Raynald Létourneau and Martine Lajoie, Industry Canada, February 2000

No. 21: University Research and the Commercialization of Intellectual Property in Canada, by Wulong Gu and Lori Whewell, Industry Canada, 1999

No. 20: Aboriginal Businesses: Characteristics and Strategies for Growth, by David Caldwell and Pamela Hunt, Management Consulting Centre, Industry Canada, under contract with Aboriginal Business Canada, 1998

No. 19: Analysis of International Trade Dispute Settlement Mechanisms and Implications for Canada's Agreement on Internal Trade, by E. Wayne Clendenning and Robert J. Clendenning, E. Wayne Clendenning & Associates Inc., 1997

No. 18: Reducing Regulatory Barriers to Trade: Lessons for Canada from the European Experience, by Ramesh Chaitoo and Michael Hart, Center for Trade Policy and Law, Carleton University, 1997

No. 17: Measuring Sustainable Development: A Review of Current Practice, by Peter Hardi, Stephan Barg, and Tony Hodge, International Institute for Sustainable Development, 1997

No. 16: Sustainable Development: Concepts, Measures, Market and Policy Failures at the Open Economy, Industry and Firm Levels, by Philippe Crabbé, Institute for Research on Environment and Economy, University of Ottawa, 1997

No. 15: Payroll Taxation and Employment: A Literature Survey, by Joni Baran, Industry Canada, December 1996

No. 14: The Human Factor in Firms' Performance: Management Strategies for Productivity and Competitiveness in the Knowledge-Based Economy, by Keith Newton, Industry Canada, November 1996

No. 13: Management Skills Development in Canada, by Keith Newton, Industry Canada, December 1995

No. 12: The Technology and the Economy: A Review of some Critical Relationships, by Michael Gibbons, University of Sussex, under contract to Industry Canada as part of the Science & Technology Review, December 1995

No. 11: The University-Industry Relationship in Science and Technology, by Jérôme Doutriaux and Margaret Barker, University of Ottawa and Meg Barker Consulting under contract to Industry Canada as part of the Science and Technology Review, August 1995

No. 10: Endogenous Innovation and Growth: Implications for Canada, by Pierre Fortin and Elhanan Helpman Université du Québec à Montréal and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, and Tel Aviv University and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, respectively, under contract to Industry Canada as part of the Science and Technology Review, August 1995

No. 9: Science and Technology: Perspectives for Public Policy, by Donald G. McFetridge, Professor, Carleton University, under contract to Industry Canada as part of the Science and Technology Review, July 1995

No. 8: Mechanisms and Practices for the Assessment of the Social and Cultural Implications of Science and Technology, by Liora Salter, Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, under contract to Industry Canada, July 1995

No. 7: Competition Policy as a Dimension of Economic Policy: A Comparative Perspective, prepared by Robert D. Anderson and S. Dev Khosla, Industry Canada, May 1995

No. 6: Institutional Aspects of R&D Incentives: The Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Credit, by G. Bruce Doern, School of Public Administration, Carleton University, under contract to Industry Canada, April 1995

No. 5: Competitiveness: Concepts and Measures, by Donald G. McFetridge, Department of Economics, Carleton University, under contract to Industry Canada, April 1995

No. 4: Gender Tracking in University Programs, by Sid Gilbert, University of Guelph and Alan Pomfret, King's College, University of Western Ontario, under contract to Industry Canada, March 1995

No. 3: The Role of R&D Consortia in Technology Development, by Vinod Kumar, Research Centre for Technology Management, Carleton University, and Sunder Magun, Centre for Trade Policy and Law, University of Ottawa and Carleton University, under contract to Industry Canada, February 1995

No. 2: Business Development Initiatives of Multinational Subsidiaries in Canada, by Julian Birkinshaw, University of Western Ontario, under contract to Industry Canada, May 1995

No. 1: Formal and Informal Investment Barriers in the G-7 Countries, by Industry Canada Micro-Economic Policy Analysis staff, May 1994

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