Originally published in 1995, Beyond Capital Labor is a comprehensive empirical study about how and how much technology and regional contextual factors may influence company production and productivity growth. The book constitutes a conceptually consistent and empirically efficient study and provides a consolidated model and an analytical framework to examine the contributions of technology and regional factors to company production and productivity growth. This work goes beyond the current state and brings many scattered theoretical components together to establish an integrated model.
2. Theoretical Framework – A Vision Beyond Capital and Labor
3. Variables, Data, and Sampling
4. A Descriptive Analysis of U.S. Textile-Apparel
5. Modeling Production and Productivity Growth
6. Technological Efficiency and the Determinants
7. Determinants of Technological Inputs
8. Production Function and Nature of Technological Change
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