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    Baldwin, J.R., and W. Gu. 2007. Multifactor Productivity in Canada: An Evaluation of Alternative Methods of Estimating Capital Service. The Canadian Productivity Review, no. 9. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 15-206-X. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

    Baldwin, J.R., and W. Gu. 2013. Multifactor Productivity Measurement at Statistics Canada. The Canadian Productivity Review, no. 31. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 15-206-X. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

    Baldwin, J.R., H. Liu, and M. Tanguay. 2014. Update of Depreciation Rates for Productivity Accounts. The Canadian Productivity Review. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 15-206-X. Ottawa: Statistics Canada. Forthcoming.

    Diewert, W.E., and E. Yu. 2012. A Canadian Business Sector Data Base and New Estimates of Canadian TFP Growth. Discussion Paper 12-04. Vancouver: Department of Economics, University of British Columbia.

    Gu, W., B. Terefe, and W. Wang. 2012. The impact of R&D capitalization on GDP and productivity growth in Canada. Economic Insights, no. 16. Statistics Canada Catalogue no.11-626-X. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.

    Hsieh, C. 2002. “What explains the industry revolution in East Asia? Evidence from the factor markets.” American Economic Review 92 (3): 502–526.

    Jorgenson, D.W., and Z. Griliches. 1967. “The explanation of productivity change.” Review of Economic Studies 34 (3): 249–283.

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). 2001. Measuring Productivity: OECD Manual: Measurement of Aggregate and Industry-level Productivity Growth. Paris: OECD.

    Statistics Canada. 2013. Modernization of the Input-Output Tables. Ottawa: Industry Accounts Division, Statistics Canada.

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