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Comparing productivity growth and levels in US manufacturing industries

M. Denny

Comparing productivity growth and levels in US manufacturing industries

by M. Denny

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Published by Dept. of Economics and Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial productivity -- United States,
  • Production functions (Economic theory),
  • United States -- Manufactures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 22).

    Statementby Michael Denny.
    SeriesWorking paper series / Dept. of Economics and Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto -- no. 9212, Working paper series (University of Toronto. Institute for Policy Analysis) -- no. 9212
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Institute for Policy Analysis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC106.5 .D46 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. ;
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14864392M

    speed, productivity, and quality. In Germany’s advanced manufacturing landscape, for example, Industry can drive productivity gains of 5 to 8 percent on total manufacturing costs over ten years, totaling . World-class tools for businesses to create their own manufacturing best practices. Providing best practices used throughout the manufacturing sector, Manufacturing Best Practices takes currently Cited by: 1.

      Contrary to popular belief, manufacturing productivity in the US in the early '90s was ahead of Japanese and German productivity. But wide variations across sectors indicated that all . NEW DATA ON U.S. PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH BY INDUSTRY by Dale W. Jorgenson, Mun Ho, and Jon Samuels1 1 Introduction The computer equipment manufacturing industry comprised only percent of U.S File Size: KB.

    From the early s until about , productivity growth in the U.S. nonfarm business sector averaged about /2 percent per year--a disappointingly low figure relative both to U.S. historical experience . Using disaggregated sectoral data and a difference-in-difference methodology, I find that a temporary appreciation in relative unit labor costs for the US leads to persistent declines in employment, output, .


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Beyond standard aggregation levels for productivity measurement. Since most sectors at the two-digit or three-digit aggregation level contain a variety of industries, which can differ in capital intensity and File Size: 47KB.

The current study makes use of an expanding dataset on productivity growth in detailed manufacturing industries to analyze the industry pattern of the U.S. manufacturing productivity. R&D and Productivity Growth: Comparing Japanese and U.S.

Manufacturing Firms Zvi Griliches. Chapter in NBER book R&D and Productivity: The Econometric Evidence (), Zvi Griliches (p. Downloadable. We compute rates of growth in labor productivity during the period for samples of individual manufacturing firms, in both Japan and the U.S., and relate them to differences in the rates of growth in their capital-labor ratios and in their intensities of R&D effort.

Japanese firms spent about as much of their own money on R&D, relative to sales, as did similar U.S. Get this from a library.

Comparing Productivity Growth: an Exploration of French and U.S. Industrial and Firm Data. [Jacques Mairesse; Zvi Griliches; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- This paper compares and analyzes the growth of productivity in the manufacturing industries and firms in France and the U.S.

R&D and Productivity Growth: Comparing Japanese and U.S. Manufacturing Firms Introduction In economic terms, Japan is a large country with a large internal market in addition to its export potential. In an area that is one twenty-fifth the size of the United States.

Downloadable. This paper compares and analyzes the growth of productivity in the manufacturing industries and firms in France and the U.S. based on newly assembled comparable data sets in both. The future of productivity in manufacturing Strategic Labour Market Intelligence Report The study reported here complements the work the Business Leadership Group for manufacturing through an File Size: KB.

The significant slowdown in productivity growth in many European countries and the United States since the mids has been widely ascribed to a combination of a significant slowdown in investment.

Productivity. During the next five to ten years, Industry will be embraced by more companies, boosting productivity across all German manufacturing sectors by €90 billion to €. the US market they brought their productivity levels with them and forced the US makers to match perfor- mance.

This is an industry where the US was behind Japan but caught up. Unit labor costs increased in 20 of the 21 manufacturing industries, as hourly compensation growth outpaced that of productivity.

Textile mills was the exception and had a. However, manufacturing productivity levels in the United States, the world productivity leader, were still some 40 per cent higher than those in Germany in and this gap widened in the.

Both services and manufacturing saw a fall in labour productivity growth of % and % respectively, compared with the same quarter in the previous year. There was no growth in output per job in. An official website of the United States government Here is how you know. Productivity and Costs by Industry: Manufacturing and Mining Industries -- ; Technical note.

In a series of papers relying on historical benchmark studies of comparative labour productivity levels, as well as time series of labour productivity growth, we show that at any point in time comparative levels Cited by: 7. The paper provides estimates of productivity growth in the 4-digit SIC food and beverages manufacturing industries in the US for the period using Balk's () decomposition of the.

1 Productivity Growth and Levels - A comparison of Formal and Informal Manufacturing in India Abstract: In this paper, a comparative analysis of growth in total factor productivity (TFP) in the formal and File Size: KB.

GDP per hour worked is a measure of labour productivity. It measures how efficiently labour input is combined with other factors of production and used in the production process. Labour input is defined. Industry Productivity: International Comparison and Measurement Issues How can we adequately compare output and productivity growth across countries.

Well-established measures of output and. Total Factor Productivity Level at Current Purchasing Power Parities for United States Index USA = 1, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted to () Nonfarm Business Sector: Average .(): “Training and Productivity: Evidence for US Manufacturing Industries” Available at SSRN.

Sheeba Ham id (): “A Study o f Effe ctiveness of Training and Development Program mes.Journal of Economic Perspectives—Vol Number 1—Winter —Pages 3–26 T hhe development of the US manufacturing sector over the last half-century e development of the US File Size: KB.