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June, 2001, Vol. 124, No. 6
Multifactor productivity trends in manufacturing industries, 1987–96Ziaul Z. Ahmed and Patricia S. Wilder
Over the 1987–96 period, multifactor productivity—measured as output per unit of combined inputs—increased in manufacturing as a whole and in most of the 108 published three-digit industries within manufacturing; within the three-digit industries, however, there was wide dispersion in the growth rates
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