5 edition of Productivity growth in developing countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Garland studies on industrial productivity|
|LC Classifications||HC415.I52 M36 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99044756|
Furthermore, productivity growth is found to account for changes in poverty better than the more commonly used economic growth. This conclusion suggests that developing countries, in attempting to reach their poverty reduction objectives, should pursue policies that foster productivity growth. Population Growth, Labor Supply, and Employment in Developing Countries David E. Bloom, Richard B. Freeman. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Labor Studies Program The economies of the less developed countries are about to face perhaps the greatest challenge in their histories: generating a sufficient number of jobs at reasonable wages to absorb their Cited by:
In summary, we find evidence that firms in developing countries are often badly managed, which substantially reduces their productivity. This appears particularly important in larger firms (+ employees), which are operationally complex so that effective coordination and motivation require formalized management practices. Feb 19, · Latin America provides the opportunity to focus on countries which have dramatically changed the relevant institutions in the short-run. This allows us to understand how reforms in collective bargaining can improve productivity, since Labor market reforms implemented in the early s across the region changed institutions and significantly decentralized negotiations.
Oct 01, · After a survey of structuralist methods and post-World War II trends of global economic growth, the authors discuss the role that patterns in productivity, production structures, and capital accumulation play in the growth dynamics of developing countries. The conventional wisdom on firm dynamics, productivity growth, and job creation in developing countries is based on data that, by design, excludes a vast number of micro- and small enterprises, many of which are caistab-gabon.com by:
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Productivity Growth in Developing Countries: The Role of Efficiency (Studies on Industrial Productivity: Selected Works) - Kindle edition by Vaishali Mamgain.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Productivity Growth in Developing Countries: The Role of Efficiency (Studies on Cited by: 2. UNIDO Research Programme - Productivity in Developing Countries: Trends and Policies.
Skip to main content quick access. For Member States. Employment. Procurement. For researchers Productivity Performance in Developing Countries. Country Case Studies: South Africa. PDF. Productivity Performance in Developing Countries.
Country Case Studies. By presenting an international assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture, including up-to-date empirical analysis for developed and developing countries and regions, it provides a response to the rising global scarcity of agricultural production.
Essential reading for Author: Keith O. Fuglie. Market Dynamics and Productivity in Developing Countries: Economic Reforms in the Middle East and North Africa [Khalid Sekkat] on caistab-gabon.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
To what degree are trade liberalization, productivity, and economic growth correlated. Can economic policies designed to encourage competition and curtail industry protection result in large-scale improvementsAuthor: Khalid Sekkat.
Drawing on data from the Reserve Bank of India on manufacturing in that country, and a theoretical growth model, Mamgain explores the nature and causes of productivity change in developing countries.
He tests the assumption that a company becomes more efficient if it is exposed to international competition, invests in research and development.
Market Dynamics and Productivity in Developing Countries: productivity growth, and improved return on capital investments. The book not only reveals important correlations among policy and market factors in MENA, but suggests fruitful areas of research in other developing regions of the world.
Manufacturer: Springer. Offers a rigorous and up-to-date empirical analysis of the links among economic liberalization, dynamics of firms' entry and exit, and productivity growth; Includes contributions from local researchers in the Middle East and North Africa region; Presents a research methodology that can be applied to developing countries worldwide.
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This work combines an empirical analysis of productive efficiency change in Newly Industrializing Countries with a theor Brand: Taylor And Francis. Get this from a library.
Productivity growth in developing countries: the role of efficiency. [Vaishali Mamgain]. By presenting an international assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture, including up-to-date empirical analysis for developed and developing countries and regions, it provides a response to the rising global scarcity of agricultural production.
Essential reading for. Growth and Policy in Developing Countries: A Structuralist Approach (Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia: Challenges in Development and Globalization) [José Antonio Ocampo, Codrina Rada, Lance Taylor] on caistab-gabon.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Economic structuralists use a broad, systemwide approach to understanding development, and this textbook assumes a structuralist Cited by: “As rightly argued by the authors, growth in agricultural productivity is the essential instrument to promote development in low-income agriculture-based countries.
Achieving this requires research and development, upgrading of universities, reinforcement of farmer capacities, removal of constraints to adoption, and the development of inclusive value ch ains with interlinked contracts.
The major drivers of growth in agriculture have been increases in labor and caistab-gabon.com estimates of sectoral TFP put Pakistan at par or above average as compared to other developing countries, but. productivity growth within sectors.
This kind of growth-enhancing structural change can be an important contributor to overall economic growth.
High-growth countries are typically those that have experienced substantial growth-enhancing structural change. As we shall see, the bulk of the difference between Asia’s recent growth, on.
Apr 21, · In addition, between and most developed countries and emerging economies have seen significantly lower growth of productivity and. The novelty of this book is three-fold: it provides a contextualized view of the mechanisms of initiatives implementing Kaizen in developing countries; compared with productivity studies, it places the relationship between workers and managers at the center of inquiry, reflecting the intent of SDG8 concerning decent work and economic growth.
Technology is central to growth in agricultural productivity, yet across many parts of the developing world, readily available technology is never taken up. We investigate demand-side constraints of the technology equation to analyze factors that might influence producers, particularly poor producers, to adopt modern technology.
After a survey of structuralist methods and post-World War II trends of global economic growth, the authors discuss the role that patterns in productivity, production structures, and capital accumulation play in the growth dynamics of developing countries. Productivity growth in developing countries drove agriculture’s global success 50 Growth across regions and countries has been uneven 53 Differences in performance reﬂ ect different underlying conditions 54 Opportunities for a new agriculture through diversiﬁ cation The purpose of this book is to provide an overview of current thinking and findings about the relationship between agricultural investment and productivity in developing countries.
This includes theoretical and methodological developments such as incorporating natural resource depletion in calculating measures of growth.
skills and advanced skills are important, particularly for developing countries. At the same time, once consideration is made of cognitive skills, the variations in the amount of tertiary education have no discernible impact on economic growth for either developed or developing countries.Consequently, the book calls for a shift toward policies that improve the quality of firm growth by supporting innovation, managerial skills, and firms’ ability to leverage global linkages and agglomeration.
This book is the third volume of the World Bank Productivity Project.Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper reviews the evidence about the effects of urbanisation and cities on productivity and economic growth in developing countries using a consistent theoretical framework.
Just like in developed economies, there is strong evidence that cities in developing countries bolster productive efficiency.