Download Tables of Multifactor Productivity Measures
for Major Sectors and Manufacturing
Multifactor Productivity and Related Measures
Multifactor Productivity tables
1987-2011 Major Sector Multifactor Productivity.
Measures for major sectors include inputs of capital services,
labor hours and labor composition. Measures reflect published measures in the
Multifactor Productivity Trends news release.
1987-2010 Manufacturing Multifactor Productivity.
Measures for manufacturing multifactor productivity include
inputs of capital services, labor hours, energy, materials, and purchased services (KLEMS). Measures reflect
published measures in the Multifactor Productivity Trends in
Manufacturing news release.
1987-2010 Nonmanufacturing Multifactor Productivity.
Measures for nonmanufacturing multifactor productivity
include inputs of capital services, labor, energy, materials, and purchased services (KLEMS). Measures are not
considered to be of sufficient quality to publish in a news release.
1987-2011 Detailed Capital Measures.
Detailed measures covering capital include equipment, structures, inventories, and land. Measures
reflect published measures in the Multifactor Productivity Trends news
1987-2011 Detailed Information Capital Measures.
Detailed measures covering information capital include computers, software, and communication equipment for major sectors and NIPA-level industries. Measures reflect published measures in the Multifactor Productivity Trends news
Total Economy Tables
Total economy production account measures are a product of a collaboration between the Bureau
of Labor Statistics and the Bureau of Economic Analysis to expand and improve the integration
of the national income and product accounts and productivity statistics. See "Integrated GDP-Productivity
Accounts," (PDF 182K), by Michael J. Harper, Brent R. Moulton,
Steven Rosenthal, and David B. Wasshausen. December 2008. Presented at the American Economic Association
Meetings in January 2009.
Additional Available Measures
Multifactor productivity, output, capital, labor, and other inputs are
developed using detailed measures at a lower level of aggregation. While
these detailed measures are used to produce reliable measures at higher
levels of aggregation, the detailed NIPA-level industry measures can be used to
construct productivity measures of inconsistent quality at the NIPA industry
level. However, these measures may be suitable for other uses or as
The following measures can be obtained by calling the appropriate
contacts or by e-mailing your request.
- Hours and compensation for manufacturing and non-manufacturing NIPA-level industries (2002 NAICS)
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Last modified: April 09, 2013