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Convergence and spatial patterns in labor productivity

Tugrul Temel

Convergence and spatial patterns in labor productivity

nonparametric estimations for Turkey

by Tugrul Temel

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Published by Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran & Turkey in Cairo, Egypt .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Turkey.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor productivity -- Turkey.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTugrul Temel, Aysit Tansel & Peter J. Albersen.
      SeriesWorking paper ;, 9931, Working paper (Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran, and Turkey : Online) ;, 9931.
      ContributionsTansel, Aysıt., Albersen, Peter J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC415.15.A1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3476449M
      LC Control Number2005615968

      This report presents a comprehensive overview of recent and longer-term trends in productivity levels and growth in OECD countries, accession countries, key partners and some G20 countries. An introductory chapter features an analysis of latest developments in productivity, employment and wages. This article is an attempt to investigate regional income inequality and the convergence dynamics in Turkey for the time period — First, the Theil coefficient of concentration index is used to analyze the dispersion aspects of the convergence process.

      Harry C. Katz and Nick Wailes review some common arguments for employment relations convergence, from the logic of industrialism, to globalization and varieties of capitalism. They find most explanations of convergence overly deterministic, and that empirical evidence tends to support a conclusion of increasing divergence. While they find some convergence across advanced capitalist economies. These studies l have shown that across states in India labour productivity does not show any trend towards convergence. We test for labour productivity convergence across states (Figures 5,,6 6 and and7). 7). m The estimation is carried out for three sub-periods, , and The results indicate that.

      Le Gallo J, Dall’erba S () Spatial and sectoral productivity convergence between European regions, – Papers in Regional Science 87(4)– CrossRef Google Scholar Lee J, Mossi D () On improvements of Phillips-Perron unit-Root tests using optimal bandwidth estimates. We contribute to this debate by examining the extent to which there is convergence in the world using a spatial approach, which allows us to assess change over time for the world as a whole and for various groups of countries. and specifically of the labor force (Kerr et al. ). We examine patterns of global convergence using annual.


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Convergence and spatial patterns in labor productivity: Non-parametric estimations for Turkey. Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 29 (1), Temel, T.

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Convergence and spatial patterns in labor productivity: Non-parametric estimations for Turkey By T. Temel, A. Tansel and P.J.

Albersen Get PDF ( KB)Author: T. Temel, A. Tansel and P.J. Albersen. The book examines patterns displayed by individual industries within countries as well as the aggregate economies, influences that underlie the process of convergence, and the role that convergence has played and promises to play in the future.

The sectoral convergence test reveals that the service sector is the leading force behind the recently observed catching-up in labor productivity among countries, followed by manufacturing. Reallocation of labor across sectors seems to have increased aggregate productivity in developing countries while reducing it in developed countries.

This paper estimates the evolution of labor productivity disparities among 48 Spanish regions over according to the concepts of β- and σ-convergence. The results of β-convergence emphasize the importance of including the impact of neighboring locations’ productivity and.

formally spatial hetero geneity in the distribu tion of aggregate labor productivity. In that In that purpose, we use the G-I* statistics developed by Ord and Getis () 7 on the aggregate labor. The results display that spatial effects vary from one sector to another and β- convergence in labor productivity is greater at the aggregate level than at the level of agriculture and industry, but.

regions is assessed, as well as the tendency towards convergence or divergence of labour productivity across European regions over time. It is found that spatial concentrations of labour productivity growth tend to occur across smaller geographic areas such as concentrations of neighbouring NUTS 3 regions.

The World Productivity Distribution: Convergence and Divergence Patterns in the Postwar Era Cross-country productivity disparities rapidly increased in the s, slowed down in the next decade, and stabilized in the mids.

The regional distribution of labour productivity in Western Europe is characterised by a Core-Periphery spatial pattern: high (low) productivity regions are in a proximate Part of the AIEL Series in Labour Economics book series (AIEL) National and Regional Patterns of Convergence.

The pattern is in line with the rapid and unconditional convergence observed in China's manufacturing industry over this period. The convergence of labor productivity suggests that advanced coastal regions have transferred capital and technology to the interior.

Downloadable. this study examines the role that sectors play in aggregate convergence of provincial labor productivity across the 67 provinces of turkey during the period. a markov chain model is applied to characterize the long-run tendencies of productivity both at the aggregate and sectoral levels.

in order to determine the likely sources of aggregate fluctuations, sectoral time. Downloadable. This paper analyzes regional and sectoral convergence in labor productivity in Turkey for the period of by using cross section beta convergence analysis, shift-share analysis and Wei –Kang () beta decomposition analysis.

Our results show that despite slight improvement in between regions labor productivity heterogeneity, between period convergence take. It examines the role of productivity as the main driver of economic growth and convergence, and the contributions of labour, capital and multifactor productivity to economic growth.

It looks at the contribution of individual industries or sectors as well as the role of firm size in productivity performance. Regarding the implied annual rates of convergence, it seems that convergence of regions belonging to the cohesion club is stronger than that of the Non-Cohesion convergence club; over the analyzed period, the speed of convergence for these last regions (%) is about two thirds of the convergence rate estimated for the regions of the cohesion countries (%).

Analysis of Spatial Patterns of Settlement, Internal Migration, and Welfare Inequality in Zimbabwe (English) Abstract. This report aims to assess the spatial dimensions of settlement, internal migration, and welfare inequality in Zimbabwe, explore their relationship and implications, and identify policy options for addressing spatial disparities in social outcomes.

Convergence speed at the regional levels is faster than at the country and industry levels. Furthermore, if we do not incorporate structural change, convergence speed may be over- or underestimated.

Keywords: Labour productivity, Convergence, Structural changes, Country, Regional and industry JEL Classification: C31, D24, O49, O52, R10 Open Access. These differences in labour productivity exist for most countries at regional and industry levels.

Footnote 2 Therefore, the main contribution of the current study is to consider the role of structural change on the process of labour productivity convergence and speed of convergence at country, regional and industry levels.

The reason for doing. Kosfeld R., Eckey H.-F. and Dreger C. () Regional productivity and income convergence in the unified Germany, –, Regional Stud – This paper investigates regional convergence of labour productivity and income per capita in the period – for the unified Germany using spatial econometric techniques.

Up to now only first-order spatial .Spatial rebalancing and industrial convergence in China. Francoise Lemoine (), Sandra Poncet and Deniz Ünal (). China Economic Review,vol.

34, issue C, Abstract: Our study documents the recent narrowing of the coast-inland divide in China. We argue that this rebalancing reflects, with a time lag, the catching up process which has been at work in the industry of the inland.Spatial disparities and development policy (English) Abstract.

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