An input-output table perspective on measuring construction productivity
Liu, Chunlu, Song, Yu and Itoh, Yoshito 2004, An input-output table perspective on measuring construction productivity, in Proceedings of the Construction Management Research Conference 2004, Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 397-408.
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In the field of construction economics, input-output analysis based studies' have attracted a lot of interest from the academics and researchers. The wide efforts are to carry out analyses and comparisons of economic indicators in construction sectors across countries and years. There has been little research modelling the construction productivity using input-output tables. This research takes advantage of the input-output analysis to develop a perspective for determining the productivity of an industrial sector. The developed quantitative formulas are fully based on the economic indicators generated from an input-output table. Using the newly published OECD input-output database, historical analyses and comparisons are carried out to indicate the differences of prod uctivi ties of the construction sectors in Australia and Japan.
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Field of Research
120201 Building Construction Management and Project Planning
Socio Economic Objective
970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
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