Economics

When comparing firms within a industry, economists often use the productivity as a measure. Discuss the differences and properties of various productivity measures such as average productivity, marginal productivity, and etc. Give some real-world examples of these productivity measures for different industries. Discuss the productivity in the firm or industry you are working.

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  1. This is a rather open-ended question. Repost with your thinking. I or others will be glad to critique your thinking.

    posted by economyst

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