Canada–United States relative productivity small-firm disadvantage by industry, 2008
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|Canadian relative productivity||Small firm share||United States relative productivity||Small firm share||Canada–United States relative Productivity small firm disadvantage||Canada–United States relative small firm share|
|Goods producing industries|
|Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing||95.6||99.1||75.2||97.7||1.27||1.01|
|Electricity, gas and water supply||131.5||9.3||119.4||16.4||1.10||0.57|
|Mines, oil and gas||26.7||41.0||65.6||44.9||0.41||0.91|
|Service producing industries|
|Wholesale and retail trade||82.8||64.5||86.0||49.9||0.96||1.29|
|Transport, storage and communications||36.8||54.6||53.4||37.2||0.69||1.47|
|Real estate, renting and business activities||90.9||72.3||113.4||54.1||0.80||1.34|
|Health and social work||74.1||92.4||85.8||50.6||0.86||1.83|
|Hotels and restaurants||54.6||85.3||59.5||63.8||0.92||1.34|
|Other community, social and personal services||54.1||90.0||86.5||81.3||0.63||1.11|
Industries are at the S-level aggregation based on the North American Industry Classification System.
Statistics Canada, authors’ calculations.
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