Water Use, Shadow Prices and the Canadian Business Sector Productivity Performance
Dachraoui, Kaïs Harchaoui, Tarek
Economic Analysis (EA) Research Paper Series from Statistics Canada, Analytical Studies Branch
This paper develops a production framework that allows for self-supplied water intake, an unpriced 'natural' input. The framework is then exploited to estimate the corresponding water shadow prices and to assess the extent to which water impacts on the multifactor productivity performance of the Canadian business sector's industries.
Keywords: Economic accounts; Environment; Productivity accounts; Natural resources (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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