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A synthesis of the CSLS provincial productivity reports, 1997-2007

Author: Ricardo de Avillez; Christopher Ross; Centre for the Study of Living Standards.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : CSLS, [2011]
Series: CSLS research report, 2011-03.
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This article, based on the CSLS provincial productivity database, provides a portrait of the productivity performance of the ten Canadian provinces over the 1997-2007 period.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ricardo de Avillez; Christopher Ross; Centre for the Study of Living Standards.
OCLC Number: 758080300
Notes: "April 2011."
Description: 1 online resource (170 pages) : illustrations, digital file.
Contents: IX. An analysis of Saskatchewan's productivity, 1997-2007: capital intensity growth drives strong labour productivity performance. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
An analysis of Alberta's productivity, 1997-2007: failling productivity in mining, and oil and gas extraction severely dampens market sector labour productivity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
XI. An analysis of British Columbia's productivity, 1997-2007: manufacturing shines, despit overall sub-par performance. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
Conclusion. References; Appendix. A growth accounting framework. Abstract --
Executive summary --
I. Basic concepts, methodology and data sources. Basic concepts; Methodology and data sources --
II. An analysis of Newfoundland and Labrador's productivity, 1997-2007: mining, and oil and gas extraction drives strong productivity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
III. An analysis of Prince Edward Island's productivity, 1997-2007: falling multifactor productivity dampens labour productivity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
IV. An analysis of Nova Scotia's productivity performance, 1997-2007: strong growth, low levels. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level differential by industry; ix. Conclusion. V. An analysis of New Brunswick's productivity performance, 1997-2007: labour productivity driven by capital intensity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Source of labour productivity level differential by industry; ix. Conclusion --
VI. An analysis of Quebec's productivity performance, 1997-2007: Superior multifactor productivity growth, weak capital intensity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level differential by industry; ix. Conclusion --
VII. An analysis of Ontario's productivity, 1007-2007: high productivity levels, but average productivity growth. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion --
VIII. An analysis of Manitoba's productivity, 1997-2007: above average labour productivity growth lead to convergence towards the national level. i. Industry composition by nominal GDP and total hours worked; ii. Labour productivity; iii. Capital productivity; iv. Multifactor productivity; v. Capital intensity; vi. Labour quality; vii. Sources of labour productivity growth in the market sector; viii. Sources of labour productivity level gap by industry; ix. Conclusion.
Series Title: CSLS research report, 2011-03.
Responsibility: Ricardo de Avillez and Christopher Ross.
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This article, based on the CSLS provincial productivity database, provides a portrait of the productivity performance of the ten Canadian provinces over the 1997-2007 period.

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