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Multi-factor Productivity, Indicative Estimates to 2012
This article presents new annual estimates of Multi-factor Productivity (MFP) to 2012. These estimates are purely indicative and should not be interpreted as official statistics.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
23 Jan 14 Article
Results from the Second Survey of Investment in Intangible Assets, 2010
This article reports on a second survey of intangible assets, covering business expenditure on six categories of intangible assets and the life lengths of these assets.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
16 Nov 12 Article
Multi-factor Productivity - Indicative Estimates, 2010
This article presents new estimates of MFP to 2010. Key methodological changes since the last release are a change to the SIC(2007) industrial breakdown and revisions to the estimation of capital services.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
13 Sep 12 Article
Multi-Factor Productivity Estimates for 1970-2009 (Pdf 117Kb)
Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change. Article containing estimates for 1970 to 2009
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
09 May 11 Article
Estimates for 1994 to 2008 (Pdf 101Kb)
Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
13 Jul 10 Article
Multi-Factor Productivity - Estimates for 1998 to 2007 (Pdf 165Kb)
Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
10 Mar 09 Article
Economic and Labour Market Review - Multi-factor productivity: estimates for 1997 to 2006 (Pdf 357Kb)
Multi-factor productivity: estimates for 1997 to 2006
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
14 Jan 08 Article
Multi-factor Productivity - Estimates for 1997 to 2005 (Pdf 311Kb)
Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
10 Jul 07 Article
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