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October 1987, Vol. 110, No. 10
Multifactor productivity in
U.S. manufacturing, 1949-83
Michael J. Harper
Economist, Division of Productivity Research, Bureau of Labor Statistics
New, more comprehensive measures of multifactor productivity permit the analysis of numerous issues, including developments at the detailed industry level and the importance of factor substitution in labor productivity growth.
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