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The derivation and comparison of employment multipliers and labour productivity indexes using monetary and physical input-output tables

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Flaschel, P. The derivation and comparison of employment multipliers and labour productivity indexes using monetary and physical input-output tables. Econ Plann 16, 118–129 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00425966

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Keywords

  • Economic Growth
  • Labour Productivity
  • Economic System
  • Productivity Index
  • Employment Multiplier