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Multifactor productivity change in Finnish and Swedish industries, 1960 to 1980 = Kokonaistuottavuuden muutokset suomen ja ruotsin teollisuudessa vuosina, 1960-1980 : Suomenkielinen yhteenveto ss. 85-88 by Geoffrey Wyatt

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Published by ETLA, Elinkeinoelämän Tutkimuslaitos in Helsinki .
Written in English



  • Finland.,
  • Sweden.


  • Industrial productivity -- Finland.,
  • Industrial productivity -- Sweden.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesKokonaistuottavuuden muutokset suomen ja ruotsin teollisuudessa vuosina, 1960-1980.
StatementGeoffrey Wyatt.
SeriesJulkaisuja. Sarja B,, B 38 =, Publications. Series B ;, B 38, Sarja B (Elinkeinoelämän Tutkimuslaitos (Finland)) ;, 38.
LC ClassificationsHC340.2.Z9 I5296 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination119 p. :
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2791891M
ISBN 109519205845
LC Control Number83219764

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Downloadable! This paper presents new calculations for the multi-factor productivity of the nonresidential market production in Finland. The new methodology entails quality corrected measures of capital and labour services. The results reinforce the view of a shift taking place in the Finnish growth pattern after the early s recession, from extensive to intensive growth. Not only have changes in productivity of Swedish manufacturing since the s been sudden, but productivity on a disaggregate level has developed differently in various industries. Hence the causes of productivity variations may differ among industries with different methods of production. A comprehensive statistical analysis of three. Multifactor productivity (MFP) indicates the efficiency with which inputs are being used in the production process, and includes pure technological change A, along with changes in returns to scale. Labour productivity (LP) measures the level of output per unit of labour input (such as hours worked). The relationship between labour. productivity level comparisons between industries have to address the tricky issue of currency conversion.1 Productivity growth measurement avoids this question and constitutes a useful starting point, given its frequent use in analysis and policy formulation. • Second, the manual focuses on the measurement of productivity at the industry level.