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As regular readers of this blog know, I think that total factor productivity growth is the best measure of an economy's health. A new paper from the BIS calculates TFP growth for most of the large industrial countries over the past 40 years, and comes up with some surprising conclusions (Thanks to the very sharp New Economist for pointing out the paper).
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