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Economic Growth, 1947–73: An International Comparison

In: New Developments in Productivity Measurement

  • Laurits R. Christensen
  • Dianne Cummings
  • Dale Jorgenson

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  • John W. Kendrick & Beatrice N. Vaccara, 1980. "New Developments in Productivity Measurement," NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, number kend80-1, September.
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