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Subtopic: Quality-adjusted Labour Input

Latest Summaries

  • Infographic: Quality Adjusted Labour Input 22-May-2015
    Quality Adjusted Labour Input whole economy results to 2014, with contributions from hours worked and labour quality.
  • Infographic: Quality Adjusted Labour Input 11-Jul-2014
    Quality Adjusted Labour Input estimates to 2013. Quality Adjusted Labour Input is a measure of labour input into production which takes into account different skill levels of different types of workers. This infographic presents whole economy results to 2013.

Latest Publications

  • Quality Adjusted Labour Input, Estimates to 2014 22-May-2015
    A measure of labour input to economic production which takes account of the composition of the workforce as well as the volume of hours worked. It provides a broader perspective in assessing productivity performance than other labour measures, which focus only on the quantity of labour input. The results are used in multi-factor productivity analysis.
  • Quality Adjusted Labour Input, Estimates to 2012 and First Estimates to 2013 11-Jul-2014
    Reports results to 2013 for the whole economy, the market sector and a range of sub-aggregates by industry, educational qualifications, age and gender. Industry level estimates are a key component of multi-factor productivity analysis.
  • Multi-factor Productivity, Indicative Estimates to 2012 23-Jan-2014
    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.
  • Quality-adjusted Labour Input: Estimates to 2011 and First Estimates to 2012 10-Jul-2013
    New estimates of Quality-adjusted Labour Input (QALI) for 1993 to 2012. Key methodological changes are the change to the SIC (2007) industrial breakdown and an improved treatment of self employed labour income.
  • Multi-factor Productivity - Indicative Estimates, 2010 13-Sep-2012
    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.
  • Quality-adjusted labour input: estimates to 2010 30-May-2012
    This article presents new estimates of QALI for 1993 to 2010. Key methodological changes are the change to the SIC (2007) industrial breakdown and an improved treatment of self employed labour income.

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