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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This study investigates the impact of the current financial crisis on Canada's potential GDP growth. Using a simple accounting framework to decompose trend GDP growth into changes in capital, labor services and total factor productivity, we find a sizeable drop in Canadian potential growth in the short term. The estimated decline of about 1 percentage point origina...

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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This study investigates the impact of the current financial crisis on Canada's potential GDP growth. Using a simple accounting framework to decompose trend GDP growth into changes in capital, labor services and total factor productivity, we find a sizeable drop in Canadian potential growth in the short term. The estimated decline of about 1 percentage point origina...

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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

This study investigates the impact of the current financial crisis on Canada's potential GDP growth. Using a simple accounting framework to decompose trend GDP growth into changes in capital, labor services and total factor productivity, we find a sizeable drop in Canadian potential growth in the short term. The estimated decline of about 1 percentage point origina...

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Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
World Bank, Washington, DC
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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The paper presents evidence that the contribution of differences in total factor productivity (TFP) to income differences across countries steadily increased between 1970 and 2000. We verify that our finding is neither imputable to measurement errors in input factors nor dependent on the assumption of factor neutral differences in technology. We conclude that theor...

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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The paper presents evidence that the contribution of differences in total factor productivity (TFP) to income differences across countries steadily increased between 1970 and 2000. We verify that our finding is neither imputable to measurement errors in input factors nor dependent on the assumption of factor neutral differences in technology. We conclude that theor...

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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

The paper presents evidence that the contribution of differences in total factor productivity (TFP) to income differences across countries steadily increased between 1970 and 2000. We verify that our finding is neither imputable to measurement errors in input factors nor dependent on the assumption of factor neutral differences in technology. We conclude that theor...

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Publications & Research :: Publication
Washington, DC: World Bank
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Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
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Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
World Bank, Washington, DC
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Economic & Sector Work :: Policy Note
Washington, DC
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IMF Working Papers
2010
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Using a production function method, this paper assesses the impact of the global crisis on the potential growth of Australia and New Zealand. The two countries have not been hit hard by the global crisis, but have large net external liabilities. The paper finds that the main negative impact of the global crisis is likely to come through higher costs of capital, off...

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