By Alan Griffiths, Stuart Wall
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And de Boer, W. (2002a) Britain’s relative productivity performance: Updates to 1999. Final Report to DTI Treasury ONS, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, March. O’Mahoney, M. and de Boer, W. , National Institute Economic Review, 179, January. O’Mahoney, M. (1998) Britain’s relative productivity performance 1950–1996: estimates by sector, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, September. Oulton, N. (1994) Labour productivity and unit labour costs in manufacturing: the UK and its competitors, National Institute Economic Review, May.
After 1980 81 the competitive position improved (RULC is on a downward trend) as the decline of the sterling effective exchange rate more than compensated for the resumed rise in relative labour costs. Notice that improvements in relative productivity Relative labour costs (B) Relative unit labour costs (A) Relative productivity (C) Sterling effective exchange rate (D) ’76 ’77 ’78 ’79 ’80 ’81 ’82 ’83 ’84 ’85 ’86 ’87 ’88 ’89 ’90 ’91 ’92 ’93 ’94 ’95 ’96 ’97 ’98 ’99 ’00 ’01 ’02 Fig. 1 Cost contributions: sources of changes in UK cost competitiveness in manufacturing.
8. 13 Decomposition of relative labour productivity, 1999. USA France Germany 139 122 119 Relative labour productivity level (UK # 100) Percentage contributions: Total capital 21 96 73 Physical capital 24 82 54 Skills 03 13 19 79 4 27 Total factor productivity (TFP) Source: Adapted from O’Mahoney and de Boer (2002a). uses its resources. The French lead over the UK was largely accounted for by superior physical capital input, as was also the case for Germany although here a combination of TFP and skill inputs was also important.
Applied Economics, 10th Edition by Alan Griffiths, Stuart Wall