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Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services, July 1996 (Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services)

Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services, July 1996 (Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services)

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    [Show full abstract] We use estimated Solow residuals as measures of industry productivity growth and relate them to inter-industry wage differentials. .   While no official estimate of productivity in services is published by the BLS, nonfarm multifactor productivity slowed by percentage points (from % per year to %), and manufacturing.

    Productivity measures for selected industries and government services. Published Author United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Limited (search only) Cyclical productivity in a model of labor hoarding / Argia M. Sbordone Published Author Sbordone, A. M. (Argia M.).   The Report on Government Services is an important source of information to the community and all Australian governments regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of government services. The Report looks at a broad range of indicators relating to the cost, quality and timeliness of important services to the community and covers.

    Productivity describes various measures of the efficiency of , a productivity measure is expressed as the ratio of an aggregate output to a single input or an aggregate input used in a production process, i.e. output per unit of input, typically over a specific period of time. Most common example is the (aggregate) labour productivity measure, e.g., such as GDP . Productivity is typically measured by comparing the amount of goods and services produced with the inputs used in production. Productivity is about doing more with the same. Growth in labor productivity is measured by the change in output per labor hour over a defined period of time. For a country, productivity is closely linked with living.


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This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts.

The digital images were cleaned and. Get this from a library. Productivity measures for selected industries and government services. [United States.

Bureau of Labor Statistics.;]. local government services. This led to a number of internal reports and publication of several measures as part of a bulletin entitled Selected Industries and Government Ser-vices, an annual BLS publication.

The program was terminated in because of budgetary constraints. selected federal government functions, which are published annually; and (7) labor productivity measures for selected state and local government activities, which are published annually.

The methods used for the various measures differ. For example, the indus- try measures of labor productivity use gross output, base-year weighted; the.

Government Measures of Productivity OVERVIEW OF GOVERNMENT MEASURES 51 BES iS the major producer of government productivity measures.) It publishes or maintains measures for a wide array of sectors and industries from aggregate measures covering almost the whole economy to measures for detailed industry classifications.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. ndexes of labor productivity, multifactor productivity, and related measures for broad economic sectors and manu-facturing industries are published by the Bureau of La-bor Statistics.

Quarterly and annual measures of output per hour, together with comparable measures of compensation per hour and unit labor costs, are maintained for business. sector, which measures its output by quantity units and increases the amount of production by raising. output, service sector output often has less interest in the quantity aspect and is normally increased by.

the attempt to provide higher quality services to the customer, making customer more satisfied. PRODUCTIVITY IN INDIVIDUAL INDUSTRIES The rate of growth in the entire economy's productivity is the prime fact with which we are concerned. The facts on productivity in individual industries are worth presenting here, however, because they help us to understand the process by which national produc-tivity has been raised.

It’s imperative that governments find a way to unlock that productivity opportunity. The challenge is that, until now, there’s been limited progress on measuring government productivity—even though productivity is a well-established and vital measure of the performance of national economies and private-sector businesses.

As government policy has focused more explicitly on measures to increase productivity and output, so the demand for better statistics has grown.

Two important reviews of economic statistics, on structural change and regional issues by Christopher Allsopp, and on measurement of government output and productivity by Tony Atkinson, have helped to.

State and Local Government Productivity. The program to measure State and local government productivity, which was part of the Division of Industry Productivity Studies, conducted research on and developed labor productivity measures for State and local government services.

Indexes of output per employee year, output, and employee years are available for selected periods between and for various State and local government services. national accounts measures. Problems in developing productivity mea-sures for the state and local government sector also will be examined briefly.

Government Output in National Accounts Value added by government to national output, like value added in all nonbusiness sectors of the economy, is measured by total factor cost incurred.

productivity is a revealing indicator of several economic indicators as it offers a dynamic measure of economic growth, competitiveness, and living standards within an economy. It is the measure of labour productivity (and all that this measure takes into account) which helps explain the principal economic.

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Abundant gains are at stake. MGI’s research found that if construction productivity were to catch up with that of the total economy—and it can—the sector’s value added would increase by an estimated $ trillion, adding about 2 percent to the global economy.

Such a gain is equivalent to about half of the world’s annual infrastructure. In July when the Chancellor George Osborne unveiled the first Budget of the newly-elected Conservative majority government he placed raising productivity as its core aspiration.

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The New Economics for Industry, Government, Education (The MIT Press)Cited by: With government budgets under stress in many countries, this pioneering book shows academics, analysts and officials how to measure outputs and productivity in detail; how to cope with problems of quality variations; and how to achieve year-on-year, sustainable improvements in the efficiency of government by:.

Workplace death, injury, and disease cost (ILO) form approximately 4% of the annual GDP. Workplace accidents and injuries can be controlled [5]. Productivity Trends in Selected Time Periods Productivity rose in approximately 76 percent of the service-providing industries studied over the long term, which for the majority of industries covers the period to Median productivity growth among these industries was approximately percent per year.

(See table 3.).Africa by Productivity of Capital: Distribution of Proceeds of Cocoa Exports in Selected Cocoa-Producing Countries: Central Government Revenue and Grants: Central Government Expenditure: Economic Classification of Central Government Expenditure and Net Lending: Central Government Budgetary Operations and Financing.