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Multifactor Productivity
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MFP Publications

Major Sector Productivity Program

  • BLS–BEA Integrated Industry–Level Production Account

    • Towards a BEA-BLS Integrated Industry-level Production Account for 1947-2016 (PDF) (XLSX)
    • Integrated BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account Initial Statistics for 2016 and Revised Statistics for 1998–2015 (PDF)
    • Integrated BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account Initial Statistics for 2015 and Revised Statistics for 1998–2014 (PDF)
    • Integrated Industry-Level Production Account for the United States: Intellectual Property Products Account Update. September 2015 (PDF).
    • Integrated Industry-Level Production Account for the United States: Intellectual Property Products and the 2007 NAICS. May 2014 (PDF).
    • A Prototype BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account for the United States. November 2012. (PDF 1.7MB).
    • Integrated GDP-Productivity Accounts. December 2008. (PDF)
  • Nonmanufacturing Industry Contributions to Multifactor Productivity, 1987–2006. June 2010. (PDF 1MB)
  • Effects of Imported Intermediate Inputs on Productivity. June 2010. (PDF 2MB)
  • Preliminary Estimate of Multifactor Productivity Growth. June 2005. (PDF)

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