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Productivity, labor quality indexes and labor structures in the Korean industries, 1962-1976

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  • Productivity, labor quality indexes and labor structures in the Korean industries, 1962-1976
  • Yeon, Hacheong
  • Korea Development Institute
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Title Productivity, labor quality indexes and labor structures in the Korean industries, 1962-1976
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Yeon, Hacheong

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Seoul:Korea Development Institute

Date 1979
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding Korea Development Institute

Abstract

"The plan of the paper is as follows. Chapter Ⅱ comprises a preliminary review of the indices of productivity, some empirical evidence, and a brief discussion of the forces which may govern the behavior of productivity changes and also devoted to the calculation of technical change based on the Solow's disembodied technology model. The growth accountancy to calculate the contribution of various factors to the growth of output will be also discusses. Two major topics are covered briefly in Chapter Ⅲ, economic objectives of the education, and it will be devoted to the discussion of using the education variables to weight the labor quality index and will calculate the quality adjustment of labor index in the 25 Korean industries, and of the problems associated with the measurement of such index.
Chapter Ⅳ will e devoted to the discussion of demand for labor, of the levels of education of the different industrial categories and educational structure of the total labor force. The main emphasis in this chapter is on the attempts to find the relationship of educational structure of economic sectors related directly to the variables that are supposes to reflect the prevailing levels of economic and technological development. The analysis presented in this part will be conducted mainly with the aid of regression analysis techniques with the aim of reaching conclusion which can be generalized. Chapter Ⅴ will give the conclusion."