Archived — Occasional Paper Number 10—Endogenous Innovation and Growth: Implications for Canada, August 1995
Strategic Policy Sector
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch
Labour productivity growth will continue to be the dominant determinant of economic growth in Canada in the future. The paper explores how investment in R&D is a mechanism through which labour productivity can rise. It concludes that policies encouraging the accumulation of human capital, directly supporting R&D activity, and ensuring access to international knowledge and markets, can improve growth prospects.
Catalogue number: C21-23/10
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