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Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity

Gerald A Carlino

Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity

by Gerald A Carlino

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Published by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia in [Philadelphia, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial productivity -- United States -- States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald A. Carlino and Richard Voith
    SeriesWorking papers -- no. 90-1, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia) -- no. 90-1
    ContributionsVoith, Richard, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15346923M

    The aggregate production function has several key properties. First, output increases when there are increases in physical capital, labor, and natural resources. In other words, the marginal products of these inputs are all positive. Second, the increase in output from adding more inputs is lower when we have more of a factor. aggregate book-tax differences of a firm that reaches a steady state by reinvesting so as to maintain the productivity capacity of the initial project. Although book-tax differences at the project level reverse over time in our model, this does not occur at the firm level when the firm maintains the productive capacity of the asset via Cited by: 1.

    The IRS announced that Form , Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section (c) (3), must now be submitted electronically. Janu SEC proposes simplifying disclosure requirements. Janu 6 tips for not-for-profit board members to improve volunteer retention. Janu Productivity in economics is usually measures as the ratio of what is produced (an aggregate output) to what is used in producing it (an aggregate input). Productivity is closely related to the measure of production efficiency. A productivity model is a measurement method which is used in practice for measuring productivity. A productivity model must be able to compute Output / .

      Economic growth is an increase in the capacity of an economy to produce goods and services, compared from one period of time to another. It can be measured in nominal or real terms, the latter of. Aggregate Productivity and Productivity of the Aggregate: Connecting the Bottom-Up and Top-Down Approaches Bert M. Balk Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University Rotterdam E-mail [email protected] Draft, September 9, Abstract Productivity analysis is carried out at various levels of aggregation.


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Gerald A. Carlino & Richard Voith, "Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity," Working PapersFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, revised Handle: Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity book "Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity," Working PapersFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, revised More about this item Statistics.

Regional Science and Urban Economics 22 () North-Holland Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity Gerald A. Carlino and Richard Voith* Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA, USA Received Novemberfinal version received November The purpose of this paper is to analyze the determinants of aggregate Cited by: The productivity of a business exerts an important influence on its financial performance.

A similar influence exists for industries and economies: those with superior productivity performance thrive at the expense of others. Productivity performance helps explain the growth and demise of businesses and the relative prosperity of by: BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{A92accountingfor, author = {Toshio Yamagishi A and Shigehito Tanida B and Rie Mashima B and Eri Shimoma B and Satoshi Kanazawa C}, title = {Accounting for Differences}, booktitle = {in Aggregate State Productivity.” Regional Science and Urban Economics}, year = {}, pages = {}}.

in an aggregate production function when the amount of human capital per worker and the state of technology are held fixed, each successive increase in the amount of physical capital per worker leads to a smaller increase in productivity.

Start studying Ch 7: Measuring the Aggregate Economy. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

2nd limitation of aggregate accounting. Because of differences in non market activities and difference in product prices, per capita GDP may be a misleading measure of living standards.

Introduction. There are large disparities in incomes even across developed countries. Prescott () reports that there is approximately a 30–40% difference in per capita income among highly developed countries.

He argues that the most important factor in this disparity is the difference in the level of aggregate total factor productivity (TFP). 1 From this standpoint, many theoretical Cited by: Aggregate Productivity Growth: Lessons from Microeconomic Evidence Lucia Foster, John Haltiwanger, C.J.

Krizan. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship In this paper, we exploit establishment-level data to examine the relationship between microeconomic productivity dynamics and.

Knowledge Capital and Aggregate Income Differences: Development Accounting for US States Article in American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 9(4).

sive accounting. They speak to the breadth of the impact that answers to this paper’s title question would have. Macroeconomists are dissecting aggregate productivity growth—the source of almost all per capita income differences across coun-tries—into various micro-components, with the intent of better understanding the sources of such.

try.' Productivity measurement, however, has gone largely unnoticed by accounting professionals, particularly those teaching and doing research in accounting departments and business schools. Accounting textbooks vir-tually ignore issues of productivity measurement, and accounting journals contain few articles on the Size: 1MB.

Most people (especially those outside the finance side of the business) see the financial function as a cost center. Although an accounting department does not generate any revenue, it has the potential to dramatically improve about this: you should be able to convert % of sales into profits if the department was more productive.

In development accounting, income differences are partly attributed to differences in observed levels of human and physical capital with the remainder attributed to differences in total factor Author: Francesco Caselli.

of cross-country differences in income for more than years. In the s, Nobel laureate Robert Solow developed a framework for growth accounting that has been used extensively by economists to account for cross-country differences in income.

Researchers in this field have achieved a remarkable degree of consensus that differences in per. Productivity describes various measures of the efficiency ofa productivity measure is expressed as the ratio of an aggregate output to a single input or an aggregate input used in a production process, i.e.

output per unit of input, typically over a specific period of time. Most common example is the (aggregate) labour productivity measure, e.g., such as GDP per. aggregate data include these non-technological reallocations, measuring technology requires disaggregated data; by contrast, the modified Solow productivity residual requires only aggregate data.

Third, we explore empirically the differences between aggregate productivity growth and aggregate technology growth. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in DecemberRevised in June NBER Program(s):Industrial Organization Program, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Program. We define aggregate productivity growth as the change in aggregate final demand minus the change in the aggregate cost of primary inputs.

Productivity Accounting: The Economics of Business Performance offers an in-depth analysis of variation in business performance, providing the reader with an analytical framework within which to account for this variation and its causes and consequences.

The primary focus is the individual business, and the principal consequence of business Cited by: Measuring Productivity MEASUREMENT OF AGGREGATE AND INDUSTRY-LEVEL PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH OECD Manual.

permission to reproduce or translate all or part of this book should be made to OECD Publications, 2, rue Andr é-Pascal, GROWTH ACCOUNTING AND MAIN ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLYING THE CONCEPTUAL File Size: KB.

1. By far the best value, is installing a second monitor on each desk. Research has shown that output will increase 20 to 30%, according to a New York Times article. I have been using a second monitor for about two years now and am convinced that my productivity improvement exceeds 20%.

As I write this article, I am reviewing articles on the.Accounting for Productivity Dispersion over the Business Cycle Robert Kurtzmany1 and David Zeke z2 1Federal Reserve Board of Governors 2University of California, Los Angeles Abstract This paper presents accounting decompositions of changes in .Knowledge Capital and Aggregate Income Differences: Development Accounting for US States.

Eric Hanushek (), Jens Ruhose and Ludger Woessmann (). American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics,vol. 9, issue 4, Abstract: Improvement in human capital is often presumed to be important for state economic development, but little research links better Cited by: