Productivity in its holistic concept includes all natural, infrastructural and organizational resources which enterprises use to achieve their results. Outputs not only include products and services, but also the social and ecological impacts of the production process.
is the title of the 4th Foresight Brief, published April 2018 by the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).
On it’s website the British online educational publisher tutor2u presents an Economics A Level Study Note on Productivity Growth and Human Development.
Published on 18 May 2017, the report presents a comprehensive overview of recent and longer-term trends in productivity levels and growth in OECD countries.
The availability and enhancements of productive capacities are characteristic for developed economies.
Recently, the Monthly Labor Review, published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, introduces new measures of productivity growth for four industries in construction.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) provides a video which explores the meaning of productivity and shows how productivity growth can lead to improvements in our lives and the well-being of our nation.
OECD research on productivity growth underscores the importance of promoting the entry of new firms and the redeployment of resources from poorly performing firms to high-productivity ones.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics issued an Economic News Release which reports revised productivity and costs data for the fourth quarter and the annual average 2017.
The NYT publishes news about productivity, including commentary and archival articles. Some articles touch productivity issues only marginally, others are going into the heart of the matter like Bryant Avent’s contribution “What’s...