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New developments in productivity measurement and analysis

by Conference on New Developments in Productivity Measurement and Analysis (1975 Williamsburg, Va.)

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial productivity -- United States -- Congresses,
    • Industrial productivity -- Congresses,
    • Productivity accounting -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      Statementedited by John W. Kendrick and Beatrice N. Vaccara.
      SeriesStudies in income and wealth ; v. 44, Studies in income and wealth ;, v. 44.
      ContributionsKendrick, John W., Vaccara, Beatrice N.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC106.3 .C714 vol. 44, HC110.I52 .C714 vol. 44
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 717 p. :
      Number of Pages717
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4416435M
      ISBN 100226430804
      LC Control Number79020399

      Productivity measurement and analysis are the main topics addressed in this book, which brings together contributions presented and discussed in two international workshops organized by the Statistics Directorate and the Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI) of the OECD. The first workshop was organised jointly by the OECD with Fundaccion BBVA and the Instituto Valenciano de. The quantitative method measures productivity by the number of parts or products an employed produces in a particular period of time, such as per hour, day or month.. This method works very well for small businesses, but even if you're managing large groups, this kind of performance measurement is simple and time-saving.

        Techniques for measurement of productivity 1. TECHNIQUES FOR MEASUREMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY: ANSHUL AHUJA (MMK15) Er. SAHIL SHARMA (MMK15) 2. Productivity Productivity is the ratio between output and input. It is quantitative relationship between what we produce and what we have spent to produce.   J.W. Kendrick, B.N. Vaccara (Eds.), New Developments in Productivity Measurement and Analysis, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago (), pp. Google Scholar

      Productivity refers to the efficiency of the production system. It is the concept that guides the management of production system. It is an indicator to how well the factors of production (land, capital, labor and energy) are utilized. European Productivity Agency (EPA) has defined productivity as, “Productivity is an attitude of mind. It is. New Developments in Productivity Analysis: Charles R. Hulten, Edwin R. Dean and Michael J. Harper, editors: Medical Care Output and Productivity: David M. Cutler and Ernst R. Berndt, editors: International and Interarea Comparisons of Income, Output, and Prices: Alan Heston and Robert E. Lipsey, editors: Labor Statistics Measurement.


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More about this item Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS. John W. Kendrick & Beatrice N. Vaccara, "Introduction to "New Developments in Productivity Measurement and Analysis"," NBER Chapters, in: New Developments in Productivity Measurement and Analysis, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Frank Gollop & Dale. The productivity slowdown of the s and s and the resumption of productivity growth in the s have provoked controversy among policymakers and researchers. Economists have been forced to reexamine fundamental questions of measurement technique.

Some researchers argue that econometric approaches to productivity measurement usefully address shortcomings of the 5/5(1). New Developments in Productivity Analysis Some researchers argue that econometric approaches to productivity measurement usefully address shortcomings of the dominant index number techniques while others maintain that current productivity statistics underreport damage to the environment.

In this book, the contributors propose innovative. are engaged in the analysis and the measurement of productivity developments at aggregate and industry levels.

In the following pages, we overview twenty three studies that all provide a different perspective on productivity measurement and/or analysis around fi ve topics. The present volume is organised as follows. Productivity measurement and analysis are the main topics addressed in this book, which brings together contributions presented and discussed in two international workshops organized by the Statistics Directorate and the Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI) of the OECD.

More about this item Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS. Charles R. Hulten, "Total Factor Productivity: A Short Biography," NBER Chapters, in: New Developments in Productivity Analysis, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Edwin Dean & Michael Harper, Get this from a library. New developments in productivity analysis. [Charles R Hulten; Edwin Dean; Michael J Harper; Conference on Research in Income and Wealth.;] -- Annotation The productivity slowdown of the s and s and the resumption of productivity growth in the s have provoked controversy among policymakers and researchers.

Productivity and Technology of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Introduction Charles R. Hulten, Edwin R. Dean, and Michael J.

Harper The Conference on Research in Income and Wealth (CRIW) last met to discuss “new developments” in productivity analysis in November at a meeting organized by John W.

Kendrick and Beatrice N. Vaccara. At the same time the book largely ignores new developments in productivity, i.e. the US productivity acceleration in the s which has been linked to information technology. In fact many of the papers couch the analysis or results in terms of explaining the productivity slowdown in the s or the productivity paradox.

It is a book of unusual breadth examining recent developments in both advanced and emerging market economies together with an extensive amount of sectoral and firm-level analysis.

It highlights many of the common causes including a near universal slowing of capital accumulation and markedly lower rates of total factor productivity in countries.

The traditional measure of labor productivity—output per hour—was first published inand represents the cul-mination of a long series of developments in productivity Chapter Productivity Measures: Business Sector and Major Subsectors 1 Includes government enterprises; multifactor productivity measures exclude such enterprises.

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The developed productivity measurement and analysis framework is found to be simple to understand, detects problem easily and realistically, compatible to modern management systems and tools, and.

Measured productivity growth in the health care industry has generally been well below that of the economy as a whole. Many analysts attribute this low productivity growth to measurement problems.

Description: This book explores novel research perspectives on the intersection of environmental/natural resource economics and productivity analysis, emphasizing the link between productivity and efficiency measurement and environmental impacts. The purpose of the book is to present new approaches and methods for measuring environmentally.

investments in productivity enhancing technologies and improved life-cycle construction processes; they will also provide stakeholders with new measurement and evaluation capabilities.

Finally, this report lays the foundation for future research and for establishing key industry collaborations that will enable more meaningful measures of.Productivity - Productivity - Measurement of productivity: As a prelude to an examination of productivity trends over time, this section considers various methods of measuring the output and input components of productivity ratios and some of the difficulties and limitations of the resulting estimates.

With respect to output, ideally the numbers of units of each category of tangible commodity.andthe productivity of construction labour in Japan increased by % a year, while Canadian construction productivity rose by only %.

In response to this dilemma, the Con­ struction Division of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) developed and im­ plemented a program with a view to improving productivity.