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000026443 245__ $$aProductivity Growth in the US Food and Kindred Products Industry
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000026443 336__ $$aJournal Article
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000026443 520__ $$aThe paper provides estimates of productivity growth in the 4-digit SIC food and beverages manufacturing industries in the US for the period 1986-96 using Balk's (2001) decomposition of the Malmquist productivity index (MPI). The empirical results suggest that for the overwhelming majority of industries productivity changes we driven primarily by technical change and technical efficiency change. A comparison between the Divisia index estimates provided by the US NBER and the MPI estimates shows that they had different distributions and the former were systematically lower than the latter.
000026443 650__ $$aProductivity Analysis
000026443 700__ $$aFousekis, Panos
000026443 773__ $$dAugust 2003$$jVolume 04$$kIssue 2$$o79$$q67$$tAgricultural Economics Review
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000026443 982__ $$gAgricultural Economics Review>Volume 04, Issue 2, August 2003
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