-- JonathanHaskel - 02 Aug 2007

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Title Measuring innovation and productivity in a knowledge-based service economy
Author Jonathan Haskel
Year 2007
This article provides a review of measurement conventions for the services sector and for investment in knowledge assets. It is widely argued that activity modern-day economies is increasingly becoming concentrated in the services sector and in the form of spending on knowledge, assets like design software,
training and research and development R&D).

The article summarises recent work concludes that productivity measurement the services sector is not as unreliable some have said but more needs be done to incorporate knowledge assessment into measurement.
DownloadInfo PDF: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/elmr/07_07/downloads/ELMR_July07_Haskel.pdf
Remarks Reference:

Haskel, J., (2007), " Measuring innovation and productivity in a knowledge-based service economy",
Economic & Labour Market Review, vol 1, no 7, pp 27-31.

Article refered to the the Financial Times, July 26 2007
Topic revision: r2 - 18 May 2011, JonathanHaskel

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