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This note provides technical background information on some contents of the report Wealth of the Nation: Scotland’s Productivity Challenge (Kelly et al.,2018). The report shows that Scotland’s productivity performance is only middling in the OECD: Scotland would need to close a productivity gap of 20% to reach the top quartile of most productive OECD countries. It also illustrates that this gap can be attributed to a relatively low capital stock and low Total Factor Productivity (TFP) in equal measure. In this note, we make transparent the data and assumptions underlying these calculations.
|Publisher||Edinburgh School of Economics Discussion Paper Series|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2018|
|Name||Edinburgh School of Economics Discussion Paper Series|
- development accounting
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3 Dec 2018, Fraser of Allander Institute.
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