Big jump in productivity puts Britain up amongst international rivals
- PRODUCTIONS. // Food Manufacture;Mar2002, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p12
Reports developments related to the industrial production in Great Britain as of March 2002.
- THE BRITISH 'PRODUCTIVITY PROBLEM' IN THE 1960s. Tomlinson, Jim // Past & Present;May2002, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p188
Investigates the productivity problem in the history of Great Britain. Concern of the government in improving the performance of the national economy; Impact of political processes on productivity; Focus of productivity debates on labor productivity.
- Commentary. Pullin, John // Professional Engineering;06/23/99, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p3
Comments on developments related to industrial productivity in Great Britain as of June 23, 1999. State of industrial productivity in the country; Comparison with other European countries' levels of industrial productivity; British government's efforts to promote industrial productivity.
- UK industrial output in surprise fall. // Operations Management (1755-1501);Oct2013, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p4
The article focuses on a report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which reveals that the industrial production in Great Britain dropped unexpectedly in August 2013.
- The cruellest cuts pay dividends. Smith, David // Management Today;Sep99, p29
Deals with the productivity performance of Great Britain. Robustness of productivity performance; Traditional job cutting measures undertaken by British manufacturers; Annual growth rate of British manufacturing productivity; Productivity slowdown in some countries in Europe.
- UK papermaking output beginning to rise. // Printing World;5/12/2003, Vol. 282 Issue 5, p16
Reports on the impact of economic condition on the productivity of printing industry in Great Britain.
- Unmade in Britain? Brown, Kevin // Director (00123242);Jun2000, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p32
Offers a look on how manufacturers in Great Britain deals with red tape, rising interest rates and weak euro performance. Information on the economic output of manufacturers; Status of sterling's market exchange rate against the Deutschmark; Condition of the manufacturing productivity.
- U.K. factories set to pop. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;3/18/2014, pA02
Some 22% of manufacturers reported rising output in the last 3 months in a survey by EEF and BDO, while a record 37% of respondents said they expect a further pickup in orders in the next 3 months. The number of respondents expecting a pop in exports also increased to a fresh high.
- The ambiguity of Verdoorn's Law: a case study of the British regions. Hildreth, Andrew // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics;Winter88/89, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p279
Focuses on the ambiguity of economist N. Kaldor's application of P.J. Verdoorn's Law when explaining the causes of slow growth in the British economy after the post-war years. Importance of labor in the stability of the Verdoorn coefficient; Criticism of Kaldor's hypothesis on the impact of...