Capital Productivity Value Added

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Definition

Capital Productivity Value Added. A ratio of a quantity index of value added to a quantity index of capital input

Changes in capital productivity indicate the extent to which output growth can be achieved with lower welfare costs in the form of foregone consumption.

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