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comment on some recent interpretations of Verdoorn"s law.

J S L. McCombie

comment on some recent interpretations of Verdoorn"s law.

by J S L. McCombie

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Published by University of Hull in Hull .
Written in English


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SeriesHull Economic Research Papers -- 69.
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Open LibraryOL21001675M

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Comment on some recent interpretations of Verdoorn"s law by J S L. McCombie Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Verdoorn's law describes a simple long-run relation between productivity and output growth, whose coefficients were empirically estimated in by the Dutch economist. The relation takes the following form: = + where p is the labor productivity growth, Q the output growth (value-added), b is the Verdoorn coefficient and a is the exogenous.

Verdoorn ’ s Law. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Productivity growth is the key to economic development. The continuous increase in labor productivity, defined either as the output per worker or the output per hour worked, is what allows human societies to experience a rise in their per capita income even in face of a growing population.

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