Employment and Productivity Growth in service and Manufacturing Sectors in France, Germany and US
While labour productivity grew faster in France and Germany than in the US, employment growth in the two Euro-area countries was much weaker since the early 1970s. This paper starts out from the observation that the growth patterns of service sectors can explain most of these differences.
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