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Since total factor productivity growth plays an essential role in China's economic growth, the source of this growth has been a critical issue over the past decades. Hence, this paper applies an input slack-based productivity (ISP) index to investigate the contributors (i.e., labor and capital inputs) to China's total factor productivity growth. The ISP index, combining the features of the directional distance function and Luenberger productivity index, can calculate the productivity change ofdoi:10.3390/su12135342 fatcat:t4hpbto7pnd5fhsmkttuin2scu