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Cyclical Behavior of Productivity in the Machine Tool Industry
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Monthly Labor Review Volume 104, Number 11,

Abstract

Productivity growth was slow during 1958-80, partly because of the industry's tendency to retain skilled workers during cyclical downturns; computers and other electronic equipment aided production, but diffusion of such innovations has been slow. (Author)

Citation

Duke, J. & Brand, H. (1981). Cyclical Behavior of Productivity in the Machine Tool Industry. Monthly Labor Review, 104(11), 27-34. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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