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contribution of services and other sectors to Australian productivity growth 1980-2004
|Statement||by Alan Hughes and Vadim Grinevich, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge.|
|Contributions||Grinevich, Vadim., Australian Business Foundation, Centre for Business Research (University of Cambridge)|
|LC Classifications||HC605 .H736 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2008428749|
The contribution of other factors is the sum of the contributions of the ratio of credit to private sector to GDP, the education variables, the sectoral employment shares, and the residual. Export growth is associated with a rise in the income shares of the bottom four quintiles and a decrease in the share of the fifth (that is, the richest. In contrast, since four fifths of the world grain harvest growth has come from raising land productivity, with much of the rise dependent on oil Between and , the systematic.
Of particular note in the s were the first release by BLS (U.S. Department of Labor ; USDOL) of total factor productivity estimates for aggregate sectors and the publication of Jorgenson, Gollop, and Fraumeni's () book on U.S. productivity and economic growth. This in turn increases consumers' surplus, bringing potential improvement. In other words, redistribution can improve efficiency at the aggregate level. 4. Redistribution and Growth Since the 's, economists have been preoccupied with the sources of productivity growth as the major long-run determinant of per capita income growth.
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Australian labour productivity growth (Gruen and Stevens, ; Cobbold and Kulys, ; Ewing et al, ) which have provided evidence of the changing importance of the contributions of different sectors to labour productivity growth over time.
These have indicated an important contribution from the services sectors to overall performance. The Contribution of Services and Other Sectors to Australian Productivity Growth A Report Prepared for the Australian Business Foundation by Alan Hughes and Vadim Grinevich Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge November researcher activist futurist thought leader intelligence source ISBN Hughes, A.
and Grinevich, V. () The contribution of services and other sectors to Australian productivity growthCambridge, GB. Australian Business Foundation, 41pp. Record type: BookCited by: 4.
Hughes, A. and Grinevich, V. (), The Contribution of Services and other Sectors to Australian Productivity GrowthA report prepared by the Centre for Business Research for the Australian Business Foundation, Sydney, Australia.
ISBN The contribution of services and other sectors to Australian productivity growth 30 November A new report by the CBR, commissioned by the Australian Business Foundation, looks at Australia’s productivity performance from to There has been a clear acceleration in the growth of labour productivity in Australia in the.
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