21 publications that are related to Labour productivity , sorted by release date
Labour productivity across different areas of the UK and the sources and drivers of their productivity differences.
Keywords: gross value added, GVA, worker, industry, NUTS3
Management practices and productivity in British production and services industries - initial results from the Management and Expectations Survey: 2016 (Latest release)The second wave of a pilot survey, the Management and Expectations Survey, to gather information on British management practices and their expectations for future growth.
Keywords: SIC 2007, production, services industries, Management, GVA per worker
Output per hour, output per hour growth, contribution and allocation effect; all at the divisional level between 1997 and 2017.
Keywords: contribution effect, contribution of industries, allocation effect, industry output per hour growth
Analysis of productivity (GVA per Worker), 2014, by Rural Urban Classification (RUC2011), Classification of Workplace Zones England and Wales (COWZ-EW) and Built-Up Areas (BUA).
Keywords: GVA, Population Density, Efficiency, Output, gross value added
A first look at the new experimental quarterly regional labour input metrics. Hours and jobs for the NUTS1 regions.
Keywords: Regional, NUTS1, hours, jobs, labour input
Regional firm-level productivity analysis for the non-financial business economy: Jan 2017 (Latest release)
Keywords: cities, city regions, region, gva
Measuring output in the Information Communication and Telecommunications industries: 2016 (Latest release)
Keywords: Quality adjustment, hedonic regression, technological change, labour productivity, digital economy
Keywords: QALI, quality adjusted labour input, VICS, volume index of capital services, MFP
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.
Keywords: economy, output, OECD
Experimental statistics for two measures of labour productivity, GVA per hour worked and GVA per filled job.
Keywords: region, local, regional analysis, economic analysis, sub-national, local economic analysis, sub-regional, REA