Comparison of multifactor productivity indicators for real estate sectors using the OECD input-output database
Liu, Chunlu and Song, Yu 2004, Comparison of multifactor productivity indicators for real estate sectors using the OECD input-output database, Pacific rim property research journal, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 487-508.
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"Research on the international comparison of productivity has gained significant interest throughout several previous decades. Relatively little work has however been done in the real estate sector. This paper aims to develop a new productivity measurement framework for the international comparison of the real estate sector based on the newly-published OECD input-output database. Three multifactor productivity indicators are formulated using the ratio of the sectoral final demand to value added, the intermediate output to intermediate input and the total output to total input effect respectively in the input-output table. Historical analyses and comparisons are also carried out to indicate the differences of productivities of the real estate sectors in seven selected countries. Findings can improve the understanding of how technological, organisational and policy influences combine to affect productivity growth and aid the policy makers, real estate agencies and researchers in evaluating the competitive ability of the real estate sector."
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