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Productivity change in Australian manufacturing industry

thesis
posted on 18.06.2018, 23:01 by Gary P. Sampson
This thesis is a study of the sources of productivity change and a sensitivity analysis of model estimation. The overall approach adopted is a very neo-classical one, where the neo-classical assumptions have been accepted and not debated. The thesis is a study of the theory of the sources of productivity change, and an empirical application of the models examined in the theoretical section. In the chapters devoted to an empirical investigation of productivity change, extensive use has been made of aggregate production functions.

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Campus location

Australia

Principal supervisor

Fred Henry Gruen

Year of Award

1969

Department, School or Centre

Faculty of Economics and Politics

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

DOCTORATE

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Economics

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