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Maximizing Canada's Engagement in the Global Knowledge-Based ...

http://www.horizons.gc.ca/en/content/maximizing-canada%E2%80%99s-engagement-global-knowledge-based-economy-2017-and-beyond%C2%A0

Policy Challenge. A knowledge-based economy (KBE) is defined as an economy
that is directly based on the production, distribution, and use of knowledge and
information. Knowledge is now recognized as the driver of productivity and
economic growth, leading to a new focus on the role of information, technology,
and ...

Employment Performance in the Knowledge-Based Economy

https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/eas-aes.nsf/eng/ra01285.html

There is a growing consensus among academics and policy-makers that most
industrialized economies are increasingly becoming "knowledge-based."
Knowledge, both as an input and an output, is seen a key source of long-term
growth and job creation. Recent evidence shows that the Canadian economy is
dynamic and ...

Descriptors for Government of Canada Outcome Areas

https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/ppg-cpr/descript-eng.aspx

Feb 23, 2015 ... This outcome area also includes Employment Insurance. Strong economic
growth: Program activities aim to create an environment conducive to economic
growth and to promote the development of all sectors of the economy and in all
regions of Canada. An innovative and knowledge-based economy:.

The Knowledge-Based Economy: Shifts in Industrial Output

https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/eas-aes.nsf/eng/ra01342.html

The authors analyze Canada's industrial structure over the period from 1971 to
1991, using Statistics Canada's input/output model. Though largely based on
previous work done by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
Development (1992), this study employs more timely data and a finer industrial ...

On the Concept and Dimensions of Human Capital in a Knowledge ...

http://www.fin.gc.ca/pub/pdfs/wp98-01e.pdf

On the Concept and Dimensions of. Human Capital in a Knowledge-Based
Economy Context. Mireille Laroche. *. Marcel Mérette, University of Ottawa. G.C.
Ruggeri. 98-01. * * Special thanks to Joe Ruggeri and Tim Sargent of Finance
and to Jean-François Beaumont, Jae Chung, Abdellatif. Demnati, and Jan
Patenaude of ...

employment performance in the knowledge-based economy

https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/eas-aes.nsf/vwapj/wp14e.pdf/$file/wp14e.pdf

Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data. Gera, Surendra. Employment
performance in the knowledge-based economy. (Working paper; number 14).
Text in English and French. Title on added t.p.: Performance de l'emploi dans l'
économie du savoir. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0-662-62758-X.
Cat. no.

Immigrant Businesses in Knowledge-based Industries

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/11-626-x/11-626-x2017069-eng.htm

In 2010, about 48% of immigrant owners of incorporated firms in the KBIs were
economic PAs , although they accounted for only 20% of all immigrants. Close to
a quarter of immigrant owners of KBI companies were dependants of ...

Mandate - Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

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Mandate. Mission. Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada's
mission is to foster a growing, competitive, knowledge-based Canadian economy
. The Department works with Canadians throughout the economy, and in all parts
of the country, to improve conditions for investment, improve Canada's innovation
 ...

Canada's Regions and the Knowledge-Based Economy

http://publications.gc.ca/collections/Collection/C2-577-1999E.pdf

Canada is well poised to take advantage of the emerging opportunities brought
about by the knowledge-based economy (KBE). We have a first-class
technological infrastructure and a strong technological environment — indeed, by
some measures, Canada has the best combination of infrastructure and people
in the world!

Knowledge-based Industries

http://www23.statcan.gc.ca/imdb-bmdi/document/2514_D2_T9_V1-eng.pdf

Knowledge-based Industries (KBI). Knowledge based firms are considered the
backbone of the “new economy.” They have been considered to be consistently
outperforming the total economy in terms of growth and job creation since the
1970s. Because of their smaller size and the nature of their activities, they imply ...

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