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138y -- Components of change in value added, 1976-2020*

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... confidential Non-market producers (producer type T30) and agriculture are not included here. Contribution of dwellings. Dwellings may not have a direct effect on productivity, but their effect should be specified because otherwise it would be part of total productivity calculated as a residual. The contribution of capital input is the combined effect of capital services of all different capital assets on productivity/the change in value added. The contribution of ICT capital is the effect of the change in the capital services of ICT equipment on productivity/the change in value added. The contribution of R&D capital is the effect of the change in the capital services of research and product development on productivity/the growth in value added. The contribution of machinery and equipment is the effect of the change in the capital services of machinery and equipment on productivity/the change in value added. The contribution of other capital is the effect of the change in all other capital than residential buildings, ICT, R&D, and capital services of machinery and equipment on productivity/the change in value change. The contribution of hours worked is the effect of the change in the number of hours worked on the change in value added. The contribution of the change in the quality of labour input is the effect of changes in the quality of labour force (age, gender, level of education) on productivity/the change in value added. The contribution of total productivity is derived as a residual when all other contributions related to the labour force and capital have been calculated and the change in productivity/value added is known.

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2019*

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2020*

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