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Product-Marketing Innovation, Skills, and Firm Productivity Growth

Martin Junge, Battista Severgnini, Anders Sørensen
2015 The Review of Income and Wealth  
More precisely, an increase in the share of educated workers of one percentage point, increases productivity growth by around 0.1 percentage point in firms with product and marketing innovation.  ...  The role of product and marketing innovation for productivity growth is addressed using survey and register data for the Danish economy.  ...  The impact on productivity growth of an increase in the skill share of one percentage point equals 0.070 (=0.155-0.085) percentage points.  ... 
doi:10.1111/roiw.12192 fatcat:4hth4niatjh7po73wzbiynwrcq

Productivity Growth in the 2000s

J. Bradford DeLong
2002 NBER macroeconomics annual  
The causes of the productivity growth slowdown of the 1970s remain mysterious.  ...  for the upward jump in productivity growth to reverse itself in the near future.  ...  Introduction In the early 1970s, U.S. productivity growth fell off a cliff.  ... 
doi:10.1086/ma.17.3585280 fatcat:4u3tme5ab5h27kfhzctdwwlvei

R&D and Productivity Growth

Dominique Guellec, Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie
2002 OECD Economic Studies  
Economic theory (Solow, 1957; Romer, 1990) points to technical change as the major source of productivity growth in the long run.  ...  In most countries the growth of business R&D has been higher in the 1980s than in the 1990s (see Guellec and Ioannidis, 1999 , for an analysis of the "levelling off" of R&D).  ...  This non-significant estimated parameter may reflect the fact that public research has essentially a long-term impact on MFP growth.  ... 
doi:10.1787/eco_studies-v2001-art12-en fatcat:x7kfysphzjbt7npllx7tk7znka

Health, labour productivity and growth [chapter]

Thomas Ziesemer, Joan Muysken, I Hakan Yetkiner
2003 Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy  
Nevertheless the growth implications of health, another component of human capital, compared to education, have not been investigated thoroughly within the optimum growth framework yet.  ...  This positive relationship between health and per capita output is first shown in the standard neo-classical growth framework where the health status is exogenously given.  ...  The theoretical part of their study takes the positive relation between output and health as given -as we do below. The authors then estimate this relation in a Solovian growth framework.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203422847.ch12 fatcat:qaaepjxfh5ctlmtwpy6n7ccmn4

Canadian Productivity Growth, Secular Stagnation, and Technological Change

Canadian Productivity Growth, Secular Stagnation, and Technological Change, Jon Cohen
2018 International Productivity Monitor  
In this article, we show first that the recent slowdown in productivity growth in Canada, similar to that in the United States, can be attributed at least in part to the fall-off in the commercialization  ...  Second, our latest results suggest that, contrary to the concerns of some that we are entering a new period of secular stagnation characterized by low productivity and economic growth, we are actually  ...  From this point of view, then, lackluster technical change has been a major contributor to the recent fall-off in productivity growth and there is little reason to believe that a turnaround is imminent  ... 
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Interpreting the "One Big Wave" in U.S. Long-term Productivity Growth [chapter]

Robert J. Gordon
2000 Productivity, Technology and Economic Growth  
The "big 32 wave" period of rapid productivity growth coincides roughly with the shutting off of mass immigration in the 1920s and the slow labor-force growth of 1930-65.  ...  the "Big Wave," Page 36 productivity growth.  ...  The adjustments for changes in labor and capital composition and for variable retirement are described in the text and the notes to the tables. Sources of GOPO and highway capital are listed here.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-3161-3_2 fatcat:knldtqda4vftvjkbm643jvaz2e

Productivity Growth and Income Inequality

William R. Di Pietro Pietro
2014 Journal of Economics and Development Studies  
The investigation of the sources of productivity growth is an important task.  ...  Productivity growth is the foundation for economic growth and provides the basic undergirding for the improvement of the standard of living.  ...  In order to have greater productivity growth and at the same time to have a more just society, a fair society in which individuals are real members of society with a true voices in its operations and workings  ... 
doi:10.15640/jeds.v2n3a1 fatcat:isks3uy7mzb5hapfkcudmwpvwq

Secondary products and the measurement of productivity growth

Thijs ten Raa, Edward N Wolff
1991 Regional Science and Urban Economics  
productivity growth.  ...  The paper considers alternative treatments of secondary products in input-output systems and analyzes their implications for the measurement of productivity growth at both the sectoral and overall level  ...  To do this, let matrix P be the diagonal of matrix V (primary products) and matrix S be the off-diagonal elements (secondary products). Then, v=p+s.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-0462(91)90022-f fatcat:kp2ed4hclra5reffdahixu75lq

Productivity growth and structural transformation

Roberto M. Samaniego, Juliana Y. Sun
2016 Review of economic dynamics (Print)  
We also present evidence that countries systematically shift resources towards manufacturing industries with rapid productivity growth, and towards sectors with low productivity growth, consistent with  ...  In an economy with many industries that experience different rates of productivity growth, these "stages of diversification" may obtain if initial conditions are skewed away from the industries that dominate  ...  Note that in the calibrated model of Ilyina and Samaniego (2012) productivity growth in poor countries is relatively fast and convergence does take place: it is in a relative sense that catchup is slower  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.red.2015.06.003 fatcat:wqkmme6mqnhupf43np52zrsr5i

Projecting Productivity Growth: Lessons from the U.S. Growth Resurgence [chapter]

Dale W. Jorgenson, Mun S. Ho, Kevin J. Stiroh
2003 Technology, Growth, and the Labor Market  
This paper analyzes the sources of U.S. labor productivity growth in the post-1995 period and presents projections for both output and labor productivity growth for the next decade.  ...  Our base-case projection puts the rate of trend productivity growth at 2.21% per year over the next decade with a range of 1.33 -2.92%, reflecting fundamental uncertainties about the rate of technological  ...  The third source is total factor productivity (TFP) growth, which raises ALP growth point-forpoint.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-0325-5_3 fatcat:5u6cmm34wzb7tj6xzljuszlyxq

Environmental policies and productivity growth

Tomasz Kozluk, Vera Zipperer
2015 OECD Journal Economic Studies  
This paper reviews the empirical evidence on the link between environmental policy stringency and productivity growth, and the various channels through which such effects can take place.  ...  The traditional approach sees environmental policies as a burden on economic activity, at least in the short to medium term, as they raise costs without increasing output and restrict the set of production  ...  Fairly static or one-off policy changes are likely to permanently affect productivity levels, but only temporarily affect productivity growth rates.  ... 
doi:10.1787/eco_studies-2014-5jz2drqml75j fatcat:lklpowj4wvhbxly27hmgbsirm4

Indirect Network Effects in New Product Growth

Stefan Stremersch, Gerard J Tellis, Philip Hans Franses, Jeroen L.G Binken
2007 Journal of Marketing  
AND KEYWORDS Abstract Indirect network effects are of prime interest to marketers because they affect the growth and takeoff of software availability for, and hardware sales of, a new product.  ...  Abstract Indirect network effects are of prime interest to marketers because they affect the growth and takeoff of software availability for, and hardware sales of, a new product.  ...  Take-off is the point of transition between the introduction stage and the growth stage of a growth curve (Golder and Tellis 1997) . Several academics (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jmkg.71.3.52 fatcat:vkl7wdkpufbo5j2f6juysvnzva

Indirect Network Effects in New Product Growth

S. Stremersch, Gerard J. Tellis, Philip Hans Franses
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Indirect network effects are of prime interest to marketers because they affect the growth and takeoff of software availability for, and hardware sales of, a new product.  ...  Second, in contrast to the importance the prior literature credits to the chicken-and-egg paradox in these markets, the temporal pattern -which leads which?  ...  Take-off is the point of transition between the introduction stage and the growth stage of a growth curve (Golder and Tellis 1997) . Several academics (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.960780 fatcat:fcvbt6ldmjgu3ahg52trlcdcfu

Why Net Domestic Product Should Replace Gross Domestic Product as a Measure of Economic Growth

Roland Spant
2003 International Productivity Monitor  
The difference in growth rates was especially large in Iceland (0.52 points) and the United States (0.48 points).  ...  An interesting and related issue is the impact of the increasingly short-lived equipment and software on real GDP growth verses net domestic product (NDP) growth.  ... 
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European Productivity Growth Since 2000 and Future Prospects

Bart van Ark, Vivian Chen, Kirsten Jäger
2013 International Productivity Monitor  
This article revisits the issue of Europe's growth slowdown, taking into account the latest experiences from the recession and the debt crisis since 2008.  ...  Recently, slow productivity growth has broadened from the services sector to the goods sector for most European economies.  ...  growth because it might be off-set by slower productivity growth, as happened in 2012.  ... 
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