English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: French and German Productivity Levels in Manufacturing: A Comparison Based on the Industry-of -Origin Method Michael Freudenberg; Deniz Unal-Kesenci

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  • French and German Productivity Levels in Manufacturing: A Comparison Based on the Industry-of -Origin Method
Author
  • Michael Freudenberg
  • Deniz Unal-Kesenci
Physical Description
  • preprint
Notes
  • The major problem with international comparisons of output and productivity levels is finding a suitable conversion factor to express output in a common monetary unit. Commonly used approaches applying purchasing power parities or market exchange rates have important methodological inconveniences. This study on France's and West Germany's manufacturing sector is based on the so-called 'industry-of-origin' method, where producer price ratios are used as conversion factors. These producer price ratios are based on ex-factory unit values for about 240 products corresponding to some 18% of total manufacturing.
  • Productivity; France; Germany; international comparison
  • RePEc:cii:cepidt:1994-10
Language
  • English
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