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Total factor productivity in Turkey

SuМ€leyman OМ€zmucur

Total factor productivity in Turkey

a longitudinal and comparative analysis of total factor productivity growth in Turkish manufacturing industries, 1970-1985

by SuМ€leyman OМ€zmucur

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Published by Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Süleyman Özmucur, Yılmaz Esmer.
SeriesResearch papers ;, ISS/E 89-06 =, Araştirma raporu
ContributionsEsmer, Yılmaz.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 92/08581 (H)
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 90 leaves :
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1934227M
LC Control Number90151285

  Total factor productivity (TFP) is a measure of productivity calculated by dividing economy-wide total production by the weighted average of inputs i.e. labor and capital. It represents growth in real output which is in excess of the growth in inputs such as labor and capital. Productivity is a measure of the relationship between outputs (total product) and inputs i.e. factors of production   innovation significant contributors to productivity growth. According to de la Fuente (), investment in quantity and quality of education is very powerful tool for increasing productivity. The quality of labour, mostly proxied by educational attainment, together with R&D, is one of the most emphasised determinants of total factor ://

According to the Malmquist total factor productivity index, in period, the increase in total factor productivity has occurred in the entire regions, especially due to technological :// Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) has been an important topic that has aroused the interest of the researchers in recent years. Although several papers have investigated the impact of ICTs on economic growth, few papers have

This study measures the production efficiencies and total factor productivity changes of Hazelnut Agricultural Sales Cooperatives Unions (HASCUs) in Turkey over the period Turkey produces % hazelnut production of world and gives service to , farmers in the Black Sea Region of Turkey. To measure production efficiencies of these units, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA Total factor productivity (TFP) is a crucial measure of efficiency and thus an important indicator for policymakers. Using micro level data from manufacturing industries in 80 developing countries, this note analyzes TFP performance at the firm-level. Among the countries surveyed during the same period across multiple regions—Eastern Europe


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Abstract. Total factor productivity (TFP) is the most commonly used measure of firm performance and a valuable tool for policy making. Although cross-country TFP analyses have been performed by many researchers, lack of homogeneous data sources obstructed conducting conclusive analyses with micro-level ://   Graph and download economic data for Total Factor Productivity at Constant National Prices for Turkey (RTFPNATRANRUG) from to about Turkey, production, and ://   A general empirical result arising from the growth literature is that the total factor productivity (TFP) is the main source of economic growth for a large set of countries and a significant time horizon.

(See Prescott, or Senhadji, among many others in the literature). Independent of the production function or the dataset used in the   Total Factor Productivity Project is a technical assistance project financed by EU and implemented by UNDP in cooperation with Ministry of Development.

The project aims to identify the factors that hinder the capacity increase in Increase of Total Factor Productivity in Turkey and develop a macro-level public policy framework that would boost   Conceptually, total factor productivity refers to how efficiently and intensely inputs are used in the production process.

Total factor productivity (TFP) is sometimes referred to as "multi-factor productivity," and, under certain assumptions, can be thought of   The White Paper, which was developed within the context of “Support to Development of a Policy Framework for Total Factor Productivity in Turkey Project is finalized.

The project, whose beneficiary is Presidency of the Republic of Turkey Directorate of Strategy and Budget is a technical assistance project co-financed by the EU and the Republic of Turkey and implemented by the United   Total Factor Productivity: A Short Biography Charles R.

Hulten. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in January NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. Economists have long recognized that total factor productivity is an important factor in the process of economic ://   the contribution of productivity growth in agriculture, industry and services.

A growth accounting exercise allows us to decompose aggregate economic growth into growth of factor inputs, namely capital and labor, and growth in a residual term, which is often called total factor productivity (TFP).

TFP growth (TFPG) represents   and total factor productivity. The main purpose of this study is to measure agricultural technical effi-ciency and total factor productivity using DEA and the DEA-based Malmquist TFP index in the South Marmara region of Turkey in the period Also, this study has been one of the few applications of DEA and the DEA-based Malmquist TFP index   Explaining Total Factor Productivity Ulrich Kohli University of Geneva* November Abstract In this paper we investigate the relationship between a common measure of total factor productivity (TFP) and the concept of disembodied, factor-augmenting technological change.

We propose a convenient way to compute the factor-augmenting rates of /Documents/ Downloadable. Total factor productivity plays a crucial role in explaining overall economic growth.

One of the important factors affecting the total factor productivity is the demographic structure of countries. All countries in the world are likely to experience demographic transition at some point. There are many channels through which demographic transition may impact total factor :// Abstract: The study, which was conducted in Turkish Banks betweenhas three main objectives: (i) to examine the Total Factor Productivity (TFP) of deposit banks operating in Turkey, (ii) to compare the productivity changes of banks that listed and non-listed listed on the stock exchange, and (iii) to evaluate the relationship between the change in productivity and shareholder returns   Multifactor productivity (MFP) reflects the overall efficiency with which labour and capital inputs are used together in the production process.

Changes in MFP reflect the effects of changes in management practices, brand names, organizational change, general knowledge, network effects, spillovers from production factors, adjustment costs   Having these effects, financial openness phenomenon is regarded to have repercussions on economic growth and total factor productivity (TFP).

Turkey, which has been open to trade sincebecomes financially open economy with the liberalization of capital flows in The focal point of this study is to investigate the effects of financial   Graph and download economic data for Total Factor Productivity Growth in the United Kingdom (TFPGUKA) from to about productivity, academic data, and United ://   Improvements in agricultural total factor productivity (TFP) are not only important for the viability of the agricultural sector, but are are a fundamental precondition for sustainable economic growth.

TFP, also known as multi-factor productivity, is a measure of the increase in outputs not accounted for by growth in production   This study analyzed the macroeconomic and institutional determinants of total factor productivity (TFP) in the MINT (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey) countries during the period – Annual data covering the period between and were :// economic growth and total factor productivity (TFP).

Tu rkey, which has been open to trade sinc ebecomes financially open economy with the liberalizatio n of capital flo w s in :// Multi-factor Productivity. Productivity by industry (ISIC Rev.3) Annual statistics on Labour productivity levels in the total economy are available at Labour productivity levels in the total economy.

Time ; Turkey: 1 1 1 25 47 United Kingdom: 1 ?DataSetCode=LEVEL. Total factor productivity (TFP) is the portion of output not explained by the amount of inputs used in production. As such, its level is determined by how efficiently and intensely the.

2 days ago  The technical progress that is, changes in total factor productivity is a crucial factor in determining gross of output. For example, if total factor productivity is increasing at the rate of 2 per cent per annum, then even with capital stock and labour force being held constant, gross domestic product (GDP) will increase at the rate of 2 per Additional Physical Format: Online version: Krueger, Anne O.

Estimating total factor productivity growth in a developing country. Washington, D.C., U.S.A. ( H St The total factor productivity of Turkish agricultural sector grew at %, with an annual growth rate of 2%.

Key words: Data envelopment analysis, growth accounting, malmquist productivity index, total factor productivity growth.

INTRODUCTION Turkey as a region has been a serious agriculturally