45 publications that are related to Productivity measures , sorted by release date
How the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the wider containment efforts are expected to impact on UK productivity estimates, and challenges on data collection.
Keywords: economy, output, labour, healthcare, education, COVID 19, COVID19, corona virus
Growth accounting: multi-factor productivity estimates, UK: October to December 2019 (Latest release)Growth accounting estimates for the UK market sector and 10 industry groups. Experimental estimates.
Keywords: MFP, growth accounting, productivity, capital services, non-financial services, labour market composition
Growth accounting estimates for the UK market sector and 10 industry groups. Experimental estimates.
Keywords: VICS, QALI, MFP, quality adjusted labour input, volume index of capital services
Revisions to unit labour costs and indicative estimates following Blue Book methods changes.
Keywords: ULCs, sectional unit labour costs, services labour costs, manufacturing labour costs
Analysis on the changes in the UK labour composition during and after the economic downturn, and international comparison over the last five years.
Keywords: productivity, QALI, quality-adjusted labour input, hours worked, labour composition
The latest changes to the labour productivity release.
Keywords: Bulletin re-formatting, Dataset re-formatting
Experimental comparisons of infrastructure stocks and investment in the UK and other European countries.
Keywords: International, Productivity, Capital, Government, Investment
Annual productivity estimates for 16 industries in Standard Industrial Classification 2007 section groups for NUTS1 regions, 1997 to 2017.
Keywords: output per job, output per hour, region by industry productivity, services productivity, manufacturing productivity
How international methodologies, data sources and adjustments for estimating the persons, jobs and hours affect our international comparisons of UK productivity statistics.
Keywords: Labour Inputs, GDP, , Output
Examines recent trends in the adoption of information and communication technologies (ICT) as well as the intensity of use of these technologies, and investigates the relationship between ICT use and firm level productivity.
Keywords: businesses, performance, output, worker, ICT