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December 1986, Vol. 109, No. 12
U.S. productivity growth since 1982:
the post-recession experience
Gains in productivity during recoveries typically are greater than the long-term trend; increases for the current upturn are more modest than those recorded for similar postwar periods, although the manufacturing sector is performing well.
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