• National and local public sector efficiency: implications for productivity
  • Mobility within and across regions: misallocation or growth potential?
  • Infrastructure in a digital and globalised world: What’s required to bridge regional divides?
  • Promoting innovation and productivity diffusion: skills and innovation in regional and local eco systems   
  • Barriers to technology diffusion
  • Human capabilities, management and complementary investments
  • Human social and geographical mobility
  • Decline in market dynamism and market power
  • How can linked employer-employee data help us make policies more effective? 

The 19th World Productivity Congress

  1. The Impetus of Innovation and World Productivity Development;
  2. China’s Economic Transformation and Upgrading and World Economic Recovery;
  3. The Construction and Development of the One Belt-One Road Productivity Drive
  4. A New Path to Higher Productivity;
  5. Free Trade Zones; and
  6. The Construction of Innovative Cities and the Promotion of International Influence.