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Labor composition and U.S. productivity growth, 1948-90.
|Other titles||Labor composition and US productivity growth, 1948-90.|
|Series||Bulletin -- 2426., Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics -- 2426.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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Get this from a library. Labor composition and U.S. productivity growth, [United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.;]. Additional information concerning data sources and methods of measuring labor composition can be found in BLS Bulletin (December ), "Labor Composition and U.S.
Productivity Growth, " Combined Inputs: Labor and capital input are combined using Tornqvist weights that represent each component's share of total costs. Cohen, Wesley M., and John Walsh. “Public Research, Patents and Implications for Industrial R&D in the Drug, Biotechnology, Semiconductor and Computer Industries,” in National Research Council, Capitalizing on New Needs and New Opportunities: Government-Industry Partnerships in Biotechnology and Information Technologies.
Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. “Labor Composition and U.S. Productivity Growth, ,” BulletinDecember “Productivity and Costs, Pr eliminary Fourth-Quarter M easures and Annual Averages. Labor supply -- Statistics. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms: Labor supply; Labor market -- Statistics; Statistics; Narrower terms: Labor supply -- Sta. The basic finding, both in Denison and in Jorgenson and Griliches was that such educational improvements in the U.S. labor force accounted, at that time, for about one-third of the calculated residual total factor productivity, or about a.5% per year contribution to the growth rate of aggregate output.
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Sections to below will provide a brief review of the major topics that were covered in Chapter Cited by: L L 11/30 Labor Firsts in America L L 11/35 U.S. Department of Labor The First Seventy-Five Years L L 41/6 A Comparison of Labor Law In the United States and Mexico: An Overview L L 44 Major Laws Administered by The U.S.
Department of Labor Which Affect Business May, . See Labor Composition and U.S. Productivity Growth,Bulletin (Bureau of Labor Statistics, December ). The bulletin uses data on worker heterogeneity in the examination of productivity growth in the private business and private nonfarm business sectors.
Macroeconomists have long felt that the stock of public capital is an important factor input in the production of total output. Macroeconomists have known that U.S. productivity growth slowed dramatically in about and macroeconomists should have known that United States investment in public capital has been down since the late s.
Full text of "The sources of economic growth in OECD countries [ressource électronique]" See other formats. compensation combined with percent labor productivity growth resulted in a rise of unit labor costs of about percent, while other unit costs dropped at a percent rate. The increase in hourly compensation was the lowest of any recovery since the data.
This suggests a positive association between rate of growth of labour productivity and rate of growth of output (as has formally been stated in Verdoorn’s law) (Kaldor ). Further, according to Kaldor ( ), ‘capital accumulation can always be speeded up—or rather it automatically gets speeded up, with a faster growth of.
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