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La mesure des stocks de capital, des services du capital et de la productivité multifactorielle


  • Paul Schreyer


Les mesures de la productivité revêtent une importance primordiale pour l’estimation de la croissance économique. Les mesures de la productivité multifactorielle (ou productivité totale des facteurs) ou de la productivité du capital sont tributaires de la disponibilité de séries statistiques sur les prix et les quantités de services du capital qui entrent dans le processus de production. Deux manuels publiés par l’OCDE, Mesurer la productivité (2001) et La mesure du capital (2001), ont décrit le concept et la mesure des services du capital et leur rapport...

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  • Paul Schreyer, 2005. "La mesure des stocks de capital, des services du capital et de la productivité multifactorielle," Revue économique de l'OCDE, Éditions OCDE, vol. 2003(2), pages 185-209.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecokab:5lgpcbx1s68r

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