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International Comparisons of Productivity, 2012 - Final Estimates (Excel sheet 165Kb)
Data underlying comparisons of UK productivity against that of the remaining G7 countries and additional trading partners. Table 1: GDP per hour worked, cross-country comparisons, UK=100. Table 2: GDP per worker, cross-country comparisons, UK=100. Table 3: GDP per hour worked, time series, 2007=100. Table 4: GDP per worker, time series, 2007=100 .Table 5: GDP per hour worked, cross-country comparisons, UK=100. Table 6: GDP per hour worked, time series, 2007=100. Table 9: NNI per hour against GDP per hour, time series, 2007=100. Tables R1-R8: index point differences in terms of Tables 1-8 between this release and previous releases on 18 September 2013 and 13 February 2013.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK
20 Feb 14 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - First Estimates, 2012 (Excel sheet 143Kb)
Data underlying comparisons of UK productivity against that of the remaining G7 countries. Table 1: GDP per hour worked, cross-country comparisons, UK=100. Table 2: GDP per worker, cross-country comparisons, UK=100. Table 3: GDP per hour worked, time series, 2007=100. Table 4: GDP per worker, time series, 2007=100. Tables R1-R4: index point differences in terms of Tables 1-4 between this release and previous release on 13 February 2013.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK
18 Sep 13 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - Final Estimates for 2011, Data Tables (Excel sheet 106Kb)
Data underlying comparisons of UK productivity against that of the remaining G7 countries. Additional data on Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and Ireland are included.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Country
13 Feb 13 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - Final Estimates for 2011, Revsions Tables (Excel sheet 87Kb)
The revisions show the change in index points between the provisional estimates, published on 19 September 2012, and the final estimates, published on 13 February 2013.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Country
13 Feb 13 Reference table
ICP01: International Comparisons of Productivity, Tables 1-4 (Excel sheet 76Kb)
Tables 1-2: Current price GDP per hour worked and per worker, annual data 1990-2011 for Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, the US, the G7 aggregate and the G7 exluding the UK Tables 3-4: Constant price GDP per hour worked and per worker, annual data 1990-2011 for Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, the US, the G7 aggregate and the G7 exluding the UK
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK
19 Sep 12 Reference table
ICP02: International Comparisons of Productivity, Revisions Tables (Excel sheet 82Kb)
Revisions of estimates in Tables 1-4 between this release and the previous release.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK
19 Sep 12 Reference table
ICP - 2010 - Final Estimates: Data Tables (Excel sheet 36Kb)
An international comparison of productivity across the G7 countries in terms of the level of and growth in GDP per hour and GDP per worker.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
06 Mar 12 Reference table
ICP - 2010 - Final Estimates: Revisions Tables (Excel sheet 35Kb)
The revisions show the change in index points between the provisional estimates, published on 20th September 2011, and the final estimates, published on 6th March 2012.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
06 Mar 12 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity, 2010 - First Estimates - Data Tables 1 to 4 (Excel sheet 33Kb)
An international comparison of productivity across the G7 nations in terms of the level of and growth in GDP per hour and GDP per worker
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Country
20 Sep 11 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity, 2010 - First Estimates - Revisions Tables R1 to R4 (Excel sheet 32Kb)
Revisions data corresponding to the release of the first estimates of international comparisons of productivity in 2010. The revisions show the change in index points for data covering the period 1991 to 2009, for data corresponding to the release on 15th February 2011 (series relating to productivity growth from that relese have been rebased to 2004 for comparability). ICP is an international comparison of productivity across the G7 nations in terms of the level of and growth in GDP per hour and GDP per worker.
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: Country
20 Sep 11 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity Revisions - Revised Estimates for 2009 (Excel sheet 24Kb)
Revised Estimates for 2009
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
15 Feb 11 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity Data - Revised Estimates for 2009 (Excel sheet 25Kb)
Revised Estimates for 2009
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
15 Feb 11 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - Data (Excel sheet 33Kb)
International Comparisons of Productivity
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
08 Oct 09 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - Revisions Data, Aug 2009 (Excel sheet 32Kb)
International Comparisons of Productivity
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
08 Oct 09 Reference table
International Comparisons of Productivity - Historical Data and Revisions - Feb 2008 (ZIP 84Kb)
International Comparisons of Productivity
Coverage: International
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
08 Oct 09 Reference table
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