MODELS OF DEVELOPMENT OF LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY FORECAST
Florin Paul Costel Lilea (),
Maria Mirea and
Andreea - Ioana Marinescu
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Alexandru Manole: „Artifex” University of Bucharest
Maria Mirea: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Andreea - Ioana Marinescu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, 2017, vol. 65, issue 4, 107-114
Labor productivity is an associate human resources employed by employees. Of course the results achieved in national economies are contributing both the number of employees, but at the same time and efficiency with which they work. A synthetic, we estimate that labor productivity, or efficiency with which resources are used for work, the efficiency factor with the use of capital (fixed assets) in achieving national economic growth. Labor productivity can be studied using the model of the input fields using labor productivity forecasting by extrapolation, by means of international comparisons, or through economy labor relative concretely realized as a result of the uses of labor resources. The authors focused on relations mathematical calculation, they underpinning the forecasts of labor productivity. Productivity gains should not be dissociated from the factor labor resources as labor resources should be used ted more efficiently, but at the same time, the economy put the issue to make as many jobs by investing an important role taking it FDI and domestic capital use. ISAAA so in this article, the authors seek and fail to provide essential elements posed forecast labor productivity.
Keywords: productivity; growth rate; capital; efficiency; interdependence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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