Productivity, Machinery, and Skills in the United States and Western Europe: Food Processing

December 18, 1996
Geoff Mason and David Finegold state that as the much-discussed US ‘productivity slowdown’ during the 1970’s recedes into the distance, several recent studies have shown that average labor productivity levels in US manufacturing and in the economy as a whole remain the highest in the world.

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