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December, 1986, Vol. 109, No. 12
Problems encountered in measuring
single- and multifactor productivity
Development of new data sources, better utilization of existing sources, and broader coverage are some of the ways in which BLS improved it productivity measures; progress has been made, but inadequacies remain.
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