Analysis of the share of extensive and intensive factors on changes of the output on all levels of the economy. Zusammenfassung: Analyse des Einflussanteiles der extensiven und intensiven Faktoren der Produktionsänderung
Keywords: dynamic indicators, economic growth, intensive and extensive factors of change of indicators
AbstractThe paper answers one of the typical problems of economic theory - how it is in practice possible to measure and to interpret the quality of economic time series oat all economic levels. The task is on the macroeconomic level solved by weighted geometric aggregation of input factors (labour and capital) into summary input factor (SIF) - the method is similar to the Cobb-Douglas production function. The paper shows differences of our approach to the approach of growth accounting – our approach is based on more general condition and covers not only situations of growth of economic indicators but also situations of their falls or stagnation. The approach allows also distinguishing the compensation of input factors. So, the methodology presented in the paper can be used in many practical applications, for instance it enables us to count clearly intensive and extensive parameters of economic growth.
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Mihola, J., & Wawrosz, P. (1). Analysis of the share of extensive and intensive factors on changes of the output on all levels of the economy. Zusammenfassung: Analyse des Einflussanteiles der extensiven und intensiven Faktoren der Produktionsänderung. Estonian Discussions on Economic Policy, 21(1). https://doi.org/10.15157/tpep.v21i1.1066
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