Labor, Capital Service, and Productivity Contributions to National Economic Growth: Focusing on the Japanese Case
This study examines labor and capital service inputs as well as multi-factor productivity growth in Japan and compares results to eight other industrial nations using OECD's productivity data from 1985 to 2007. The study reveals that since 1991 Japan's economic growth has been negatively measured by all three discriminant functions identified.
Global Economy Journal
Mulugetta, Abraham and Mulugetta, Yuko, "Labor, Capital Service, and Productivity Contributions to National Economic Growth: Focusing on the Japanese Case" (2009). Finance and International Business Faculty Publications. 21.