Productivity Growth in the Automobile Industry, 1970-1980: A Comparisonof Canada, Japan and the United States

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Melvyn A. Fuss ; Leonard Waverman (1985)

In this paper we calculate and analyze the automobile industries cost and productivity experience during the 1970 's in Canada, the U.S.and Japan. Utilizing an econometric cost function methodology, we are able to isolate the major source of short-run disequilibrium in ... View more
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