Restructuring in the Canadian manufacturing sector from 1970 to 1990: industry and regional dimensions of job turnover
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AAAA Annual Job Gain Atlantic Canada Quebec Baldwin British Columbia business cycle Canada Quebec Ontario Canadian Manufacturing Sector CATHERWOOD LIBRARY coefficient Continuing growing continuing-firm contraction of existing contribution of entry correlation between EXCESS creation and destruction Cross-Region Correlations cyclical factors due to entry due to expansion employment growth entry and exit EXCESS and ABNET excess turnover increase existing establishments exit TURNOVER expansion and contraction Expansions-Contractions firms GAIA Gain and Job GAIN and LOSS importance of entry Industrial Sector Industries By Region job creation job destruction JOB GAIN GAIN JOB LOSS LOSS job-gain rate John Baldwin labour intensive sector largest increase Loss Rates MFGS natural resource-based sector Ontario Prairies B.C. particularly large percent percentage points annually period Prairies and B.C. product-differentiated sectors Quebec Ontario Prairies rates of job regions Table relative importance scale-based sector science-based sector Statistics Canada total job turnover TTTAL TURTVER turnover and excess turnover occurs volatility Western Provinces