By Ali Dogramaci, Nabil R. Adam

1 Ali Dogramaci and Nabil R. Adam 1.1. evaluate With the decline of U.S. productiveness progress, curiosity has surged to less than­ stand the habit of productiveness measures via time, the conceptual foundations of productiveness research, and the linkage among productiveness functionality and different significant forces within the economic system. the aim of this quantity is to give a quick assessment of a few of the strategies utilized in aggre­ gate and industry-level productiveness analyses and the result of many of the fresh study during this box. The publication is split into 3 elements. half I covers a number of the methodo­ logical methods utilized in mixture and industry-level productiveness stories. half II offers with the move of work productiveness measures via time. The papers during this a part of the e-book research productiveness alterations as uni­ variate time sequence and examine a number of the features of the styles displayed. The papers partly III deal with the problems of size of capi­ tal, the relation of capital formation to productiveness development, and the rela­ tion of imported intermediate inputs to U.S. productiveness performance.

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Kleindorfer, and Ephraim F. Sudit, 1979, "Incentives for Efficiency in the Nationalized Industries: Beyond the 1978 White Paper," Journal of Industrial Affairs (Fall). : Lexington Books. S. and the Alternatives before Us," Supplemental Paper No. : Committee for Economic Development. ___ , 1969, "Some Major Issues in Productivity Analysis: An Examination of Estimates by Jorgenson and Griliches," Survey of Current Business 49, no. 5, Part 2. : Brookings. Denny, Michael, Melvyn Fuss, and Leonard Waverman, 1979, "The Measurement and Interpretation of Total Factor Productivity in Regulated Industries with an Application to Canadian Telecommunications," paper presented at a conference entitled "Productivity Measurement in Regulated Industries," University of Wisconsin, Madison, May.

Moon relaxes this rigidity in his later model. 44 I. DOUGLAS MOON The results of sectoral optimization are transmitted to the I-a system in the form of fixed but optimized input coefficients to replace empirical counterparts that represent old technology. 14) p for j = 1, ... , m, where an asterisk indicates an optimum value. 15) The replacement of Ap with A; in I-a matrix A may cause a structural change to the entire I-a system. Denoting by A' the new I-a matrix with this replacement, one is concerned not only with the producibility of final demand, but also with immediate consequences on the optimality of the sectoral problem.

Further, we make use of algebraic forms of the models in order to have greater insight into interindustrial relationships. 2. LEONTIEF INPUT-OUTPUT MODELS The pioneering work of Leontief (1951, 1966, 1977) resulted in the development of the first quantitative model for empirical interindustry studies, which has been widely applied in many nations over the decades. His first model, known as the static open input-output model, is a linear equilibrium model that involves the disaggregation of an economy into a number of interacting sectors.

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