U.S. productivity growth flowing downstream
Michael Sposi () and
Economic Letter, 2016, vol. 11, issue 12, 4 pages
Measurements of U.S. productivity growth have declined, particularly in the high-tech sector. This may reflect increased U.S. specialization in upstream activities in the global supply chain. Those activities tend to experience slower productivity growth.
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