|Statement||by Someshwar P. Rao.|
|Series||Discussion paper - Economic Council of Canada -- no. 125, Discussion paper (Economic Council of Canada) -- no. 125.|
|Contributions||Economic Council of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
The primary objective of this paper is to get an estimate of the degree of substitutability and complementarity between factors of production. These measures would assist greatly in assessing the ultimate impact of energy and raw material prices on labour productivity, and hence on living standards. For this purpose, we have estimated the four factor share equations (capital, labour, Cited by: 3. Econometric Analysis of Factors Affecting Social Labor Productivity in China Factors that affecting the social labor productivity are numerous, but in our paper, four variables which we interest in are selected for analysis, they are per capita income, urban green area, public transportation investment, and technical contract : Qingshan Li. Labour force ageing and productivity / 06 / – / Canadian Economics Association. 1. Introduction we build a model for econometric analysis, with a focus on the. Rao PS () An econometric analysis of labour productivity in Canadian industries: some further results. Economic Council of Canada, Discussion Paper No Rao PS () Factor prices and labour productivity in the Canadian manufacturing industries.
Labour productivity of Canadian businesses increased percent in the second quarter of , following an upwardly revised percent rise in the previous month. It was the largest quarterly gain on record, as hours worked fell faster than business output following lockdown measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Hours worked in the business sector dropped at a record The Effect of Big Data and Analytics on Firm Performance: An Econometric Analysis Considering Industry Characteristics March Journal of Management Information Systems 35(2). To facilitate looking in greater detail at the characteristics of labor productivity growth across China’s provinces, Table shows the CV values of the various components in Eq. Infinitesimal changes d ln y, d ln y 1, d ln y 2, and dl 2 are calculated as corresponding annual changes from the previous year to the current year, and levels y, y 1, y 2, l 1, and l 2 are values of the. PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; An econometric analysis of output supply and input demand in the Canadian softwood lumber industry.
A cross country analysis ”. Mimeo: Harvard University. [Google Scholar]), skilled workers in developing countries may oppose protectionism. When adjusting for the purchasing power parity, the impact of trade openness on labor productivity, although positive and significant, is not as pronounced as it is for other definitions of openness. An interrelated factor demand approach was used to study the long-term productivity of and demand for inputs in the Canadian lumber industry covering the period of to The long-run, least-cost amounts of labour, capital, roundwood, and energy were obtained by imbedding a cross-stock adjustment process in the share equations of the. Newspapers, and in particular economists frequently talk about labour productivity. Especially when commenting the current state of the economy, labour productivity is of central concern. This post will explain the concept of labour productivity and highlight its importance in the context of business cycle analysis. The Concept of Labour Productivity Economists define labour productivity. Labor productivity can also indicate short-term and cyclical changes in an economy, possibly even the output is increasing while labor hours remains static, it signals that the labor.