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Total factor productivity (TFP) growth is described as the unexplained part of economic growth which captures the effects of economies of scale, foreign direct investment, education expenditures, technological growth, and so on. Three methods are commonly used to measure TFP growth: growth accounting, index number and econometric method. The objectives of this study is to measure and compare the trends of TFP growth estimated through the above mentioned three methods in South Asia for thefatcat:jajxffyhcnd2zffza5vpa5uhau