English, Article edition: SOURCES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH, TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY AND STRUCTURE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC 120 00 Praha 2 (e-mail: mojmir.hajek@vsem.cz).; Mojmír Hájek

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  • SOURCES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH, TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY AND STRUCTURE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
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  • 120 00 Praha 2 (e-mail: mojmir.hajek@vsem.cz).
  • Mojmír Hájek
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  • economic growth, sources of economic growth, growth accounting, sectoral growth, total factor productivity
  • The study examines the resources of economic growth in the Czech Republic in the course of years from 1992 until 2004. Using the growth accounting method, it analyses the contribution of individual factors to economic growth. Special attention is given to total factor productivity, which, apart from labour, also includes a fixed capital stock at constant prices. Compared to the previous period, the acceleration of the growth of total factor productivity decisively contributed to the speeding up of economic growth in the years 1999-2004. Furthermore, the study examines growth resources in six national economy sectors and analyses the contribution of individual sectors to the growth of macroeconomic total factor productivity. The analysis has shown that namely industry, transport, communications, and other services were involved in the speeding up of the growth of macroeconomic total factor productivity. A comparison of the dynamics of total factor productivity of the CR and EU-15 at the macroeconomic level has shown that while in 1992-1998, the growth of total factor productivity was slower in the CR, after 1998, it was faster (in 1999-2004, the average annual growth rate in the CR was 2.2% and 0.6% in EU-15). In the years 1996-2004, for which revised data are available for the CR, the average annual growth rate of total factor productivity in the CR was 1.5%, compared to 0.7% in EU-15. The analysis indicated that since 1999, total factor productivity in the CR has been converging to the EU-15 level, accelerating in 2003 and 2004, thereby achieving 63% of the EU-15 level in 2004.
  • total factor productivity, sources of economic growth, sectoral growth, growth accounting, economic growth
  • RePEc:prg:jnlpol:v:2006:y:2006:i:2:id:551:p:170-189
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