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April 2005, Vol. 128, No.4
Comparisons of economic performance: Canada versus Australia, 1983–2000
Tarek M. Harchaoui
Assistant Director, Micro-Economic Analysis Division, Statistics Canada.
Economist, Micro-Economic Analysis Division, Statistics Canada.
Research Economist, Micro-Economic Analysis Division, Statistics Canada.
Although Australia performed better than Canada in terms of productivity growth for the overall economy, the standards of living for both countries grew at the same pace; sources of productivity growth reveal key differences between the two countries.
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