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August 1989, Vol. 112, No. 8
Productivity in the retail auto and home supply store industry
Patricia S. Wilder
Economist, Division of Industry Productivity and Technology Studies, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Mark W. Dumas, an economist in the same division, provided assistance in the preparation of this article.
Productivity grew at an above-average annual rate during the 1972-87 period, reflecting strong demand and improvements in store operations. This article examines productivity growth in the retail auto and home supply store industry.
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