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This book develops the theory of productivity measurement using the empirical index number approach. The theory uses multiplicative indices and additive indicators as measurement tools, instead of relying on the usual neo-classical assumptions, such as the existence of a production function characterized by constant returns to scale, optimizing behavior of the economic agents, and perfect foresight. The theory can be applied to all the common levels of aggregation (micro, meso, and macro), and half of the book is devoted to accounting for the links existing between the various levels. Basic insights from National Accounts are thereby used. The final chapter is devoted to the decomposition of productivity change into the contributions of efficiency change, technological change, scale effects, and input or output mix effects. Applications on real-life data demonstrate the empirical feasibility of the theory. The book is directed to a variety of overlapping audiences: statisticians involved in measuring productivity change; economists interested in growth accounting; researchers relating macro-economic productivity change to its industrial sources; enterprise micro-data researchers; and business analysts interested in performance measurement.
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Price and quantity indices are important, much-used measuring instruments, and it is therefore necessary to have a good understanding of their properties. When it was published, this book is the first comprehensive text on index number theory sinc...
Prof. Dr. Bert M. Balk (1947) held a chair in business administration, in particular the measurement of price, quantity, and productivity changes and economic-statistical research, at Rotterdam School of Management, from 2001 to 2011. This chair was supported by Statistics Netherlands, where Prof. Balk worked in various positions from 1973 to 2011. He was deputy head of the Department for Price Statistics, and pioneering director of the Center for Research of Enterprise Microdata. His research interests include measurement in economics, in particular index number theory and productivity measurement. He has published a large number of articles in academic journals, has written two books, and has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Productivity Analysis, Statistica Neerlandica, and The Review of Income and Wealth. He is a fellow of the Society for Economic Measurement.
Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: A Framework without Assumptions.- Chapter 3: Capital Input Cost.- Chapter 4: Annual and Quarterly Measures.- Chapter 5: Dynamics: The Bottom-Up Approach.- Chapter 6: The Top-Down Approach 1 - Aggregate Output and Simple Labour Productivity Indices.- Chapter 7: The Top-Down Approach 2 - Aggregate Total Factor Productivity Index.- Chapter 8: The Top-Down Approach 3 - Aggregate Total Factor Productivity Level.- Chapter 9: Connecting the Two Approaches.- Chapter 10: The Components of Total Factor Productivity Change.- Bibliography.- Index.