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Productivity Change and Labor Absorption in Japanese Cotton Spinning 1891–1935

Gary Saxonhouse

The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1977, vol. 91, issue 2, 195-219

Abstract: Accounting for productivity change and labor absorption, 196.—Data and data sources, 199.—The estimation of the Japanese cotton-spinning industry production function, 200.—Results on the conventional production function, 204.—The estimation of the fundamental equations, 209.—Summary and conclusion, 218.

Date: 1977
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