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Eu Productivity and Competitiveness: An Industry Perspective

European Commission.

Eu Productivity and Competitiveness: An Industry Perspective

Can Europe Resume the Catching-Up Process? (Enterprise Publications)

by European Commission.

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the Europ .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages273
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12949234M
ISBN 109289463031
ISBN 109789289463034

  Van Ark, B. (). Productivity in the European Union: A comparative industry approach update on the EUKLEMS project. Presentado en el OECD workshop on productivity analysis and measurement, Berna, Octubre, 16– Google Scholar. C An International Perspective on Construction Competitiveness and Productivity Carl Haas, P.E., P. Eng., Ph.D. Canada Research Chair and Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Abstract This paper synthesizes some of the information that exists around international construction industry.

Downloadable (with restrictions)! Abstract Interdisciplinary scholars and policy makers have claimed that increasing material productivity not only reduces environmental pressures but also improves the competitiveness of economies. This is particularly relevant in the context of the European Union (EU) since it motivates its resource efficiency and circular economy agenda by referring to this.   Productivity. During the next five to ten years, Industry will be embraced by more companies, boosting productivity across all German manufacturing sectors by €90 billion to € billion. Productivity improvements on conversion costs, which exclude the .

  More recently, the use of innovation surveys has made it possible a systematic investigation of the different effects that new products and new processes – in the context of the strategies of technological and cost competitiveness – have on productivity and performance at the industry level (Pianta, , Crespi and Pianta, a, Crespi.   It is nevertheless true that Germany’s unit labor cost declined relative to those of the rest of the Eurozone (as Figure 1 illustrates), but this was not a result of wage restraint: It was completely due to Germany’s outstanding productivity performance: during average German labor productivity (per hour worked) increased by.


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[Mary O'Mahony; Bart van Ark; European Commission.;] -- Recoge: 1. Productivity performance overview - 2. Industry structure and taxonomies - 3. Productivity and competitiveness in the EU and the US - 4.

EU productivity and competitiveness: An industry perspective Chapter I, Productivity Performance Overview, begins with a discussion of the overall productivity picture comparing the EU with the US.

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Download PDF. Porter’s book, Competitive Advantage (Coelli et al., ). An industry with high productivity has ‘India’s trade policy reforms and industry competitiveness in the s’, The. The empirical exercise includes 47 sectors in the EU15 and US economies during the period – using the EU-KLEMS database.

1 This database includes measures of economic growth, productivity, employment creation and capital formation at the industry level for the European Union member states, Japan and the United States from to The focus for OpenNESS is on competitiveness in the context of the territory of the European Union (i.e.

how the EU and its constituent territories compete internally and in the global context). We therefore should consider competitiveness primarily from a place-based, rather than solely from a business-based (i.e.

referring to a specific. This book analyzes growth at the total economy and industry level from an international perspective, providing unique cross-country comparisons.

The authors focus on the EU countries but also include the US, Japan and Korea. Skills and the Competitiveness of EU Manufacturing Industries. Get this from a library.

EU productivity and competitiveness: an industry perspective: can Europe resume the catching-up process?. [Mary O'Mahony; Bart. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

EU productivity and competitiveness: an industry perspective: can Europe resume the catching-up process. in SearchWorks catalog. This report presents a comprehensive overview of recent and longer-term trends in productivity levels and growth in OECD countries, accession countries, key partners and some G20 countries.

An introductory chapter features an analysis of latest developments in productivity, employment and wages. O’Mahony M, van Ark B (eds) () EU productivity and competitiveness: an industry perspective can Europe resume the catching-up process.

Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg. The article, at a fi rst step, shows the evolution of wellbeing, as it is measured by the Gross Domestic Product - GDP (corrected by the purchasing power parity), as well as competitiveness as it is measured by the Regional Competitiveness Index - RDI which the European Commission publishes every three years since   Indeed, this next innovation wave holds the potential to reverse the year productivity growth lag suffered by the EU.

Moreover, CAS adoption will help address pressing EU challenges, including in the areas of education, environment, health, and transportation. And CAS development could boost EU global competitiveness.

1 The contribution of intangible inputs and participation in global value chains to productivity performance – Evidence from the EU, Tsakanikas, A.a, Roth, F.b, Caliò, S.b, Caloghirou, Y.a and Dimas, P.a a Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics, National Technical University of Athens b Department of Economics, University of Hamburg.

This book analyzes growth at the total economy and industry level from an international perspective, providing unique cross-country comparisons. The authors focus on the EU countries but also include the US, Japan and Korea. Policies to improve competitivenessChoosing the right policy depends on identifying the cause of the lack of competitiveness.

The causes of poor competitiveness vary between countries and over ing labour productivityLabour productivity can be improved by increasing spending on education and training to help develop skills and close any skills gap.

However, this is expensive and. Downloadable! This book analyzes growth at the total economy and industry level from an international perspective, providing unique cross-country comparisons.

The authors focus on the EU countries but also include the US, Japan and Korea. The chapters explore growth patterns from a long-run perspective, although greater attention is paid to the period of expansion from – and the.

The importance of innovation activities for productivity growth has long been recognised. However, there are significant differences in the level of intangible investments across developed economies. This column describes how the EU can enhance its productivity growth and close the gap with the US.

One such main channel is through investing in intangible assets and absorptive.The last two decades have taken a toll on Japan`s confidence and competitiveness across all sectors. With its working-age population shrinking, Japan needs to focus on productivity as never before to reignite the economy, sustain its model of social benefits and cope with the aging challenge.