Applied Economics, 10th Edition by Alan Griffiths, Stuart Wall
By Alan Griffiths, Stuart Wall
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6 points since 1964. 2 points. 4, since a relatively rapid labour productivity growth and a static output are invariably associated with a reduction in employment. 10 where UK labour productivity growth rates in this sector are compared to those for three of its main rivals. Here we see that the UK’s growth rate for labour productivity in manufacturing was below those of its three rivals over the decade 1989–99. Despite a relatively improved performance in the early 1990s, there was a significant reversal of growth in the years leading to the new millennium.
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Second, even where a crude output measure is devised, it often fails to take into account the quality of service – are larger class sizes an increase or a decrease in educational productivity? g. the wages of health workers), so that productivity is by definition equal to 1. There are, however, some services where productivity can be meaningfully measured and in these there is scope for productivity growth, especially where the new information technologies can be applied. But many workers who lose manufacturing jobs move into service sector jobs, where their productivity may be lower, into unemployment or out of the labour market altogether.