Concepts and Measurement of Productivity
|Komives, John L.
|Peters, Robert K.
|vi, 61 p.
|The study of productivity presented in this paper is limited to the private domestic economy. Statistical information covering the economy's public sector is too limited to produce accurate predictions of productivity trends. Also, the entire service industry of the private sector is largely omitted due to the lack of productivity information pertaining to occupations whose output in relation to input is difficult to measure.
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