Productivity growth and the retail sector
This Economic Letter focuses on productivity growth in one area of the economy: the retail trade industry. Although strong productivity growth is often associated with high-tech industries (such as semiconductor manufacturing), the retail sector has enjoyed above average productivity growth and contributed significantly to the acceleration in productivity at the national level. In addition, the retail trade industry highlights the diverse forces involved in the evolution of productivity growth.
Volume (Year): (2004)
Issue (Month): dec17 ()
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- Shawn D Klimek & Ron S Jarmin & Mark E Doms, 2002.
"IT Investment and Firm Performance in U.S. Retail Trade,"
02-14, Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau.
- Mark Doms & Ron S. Jarmin & Shawn D. Klimek, 2003. "IT investment and firm performance in U.S. retail trade," Working Paper Series 2003-19, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
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