A Closer Look at the 1954–79 UK Labour Productivity Record
Chapter 3: The Intertemporal Labour Productivity Comparisons
The basic results of the intertemporal labour productivity growth estimates are presented in Tables 3.1 and 3.2. The estimates contained in them represent two alternative measures of output per employee-hour. An output per employee-hour measure is more appropriate for the purposes of this study because it puts greater emphasis on the technological dimension of labour productivity.
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