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by Chrisafis H. Iordanoglou
Author: Chrisafis H. Iordanoglou
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (August 1, 2001)
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Chrisafis Iordanoglou has produced an extremely thorough demolition of this notion, at least in so far as it relates to productivity performance. His conclusion, after several hundred pages of detailed statistical analysis, is that the record of the nationalized sector (largely transport, communications, and fuel) over the period 1954–1979 was better than that of British manufacturing, which was largely private, and the comparable infrastructure industries in the United States. 00," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 62(03), pages 862-863, September. Pretend you are at the helm of an economics department
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The author shows that the public sector industries’ labour productivity growth was significantly faster than that of the private sector industries
Iordanoglou, Chrisafis . Published by E. ET (May 2002). Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2001
Chrisafis H. Iordanoglou, Public Enterprise Revisited: A Closer Look at the. 1954-79 UK Labour Productivity Record. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2001.
Public Enterprise Revisited. A Closer Look at the 1954–79 UK Labour Productivity Record. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, Massachusetts, USA, 2001. Johnston, . Statistical Cost Analysis. McGraw-Hill: New York, 1960.
Public Enterprise Revisited : A Closer Look at the 1954-1979 Uk Labour Productivity Record. According to conventional wisdom, public ownership of industry in post-war Britain led, invariably, to under-performance. by Chrisafis H. Iordanoglou. This book casts doubt upon this view by showing that, as far as the labour productivity record of the expanding state-owned industries is concerned, this was clearly not the case.
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The book compares the 1954-79 labor productivity record of five expanding public sector industries to that of 24 expanding, capital intensive, mass-production industries in the British private sector. The author shows that the public sector industries' labor productivity growth was significantly faster than that of the private sector industries. Strikingly, he also finds that the state-owned industries were narrowing their productivity gap with their US counterparts at a significantly faster rate than the private sector industries. Dr. Iordanoglou concludes that it is possible that public ownership had - in the historical period investigated - a long-term positive effect on these industries.
This book will be of great interest to scholars of industrial economics, public sector economics and economic history.