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A non-crisis

13 May 2015 By Edward Hadas

Output per hour made sense when paid labour was mostly in fields or factories. But now that work is computer or people-focussed, counts of productivity growth are largely statistical guesses. Policymakers should ignore this chimera and focus on things they can influence. 

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