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    Multifactor productivity (MFP), also known as total factor productivity (TFP), is a measure of economic performance that compares the amount of goods and services produced (output) to the amount of combined inputs used to produce those goods and services. Inputs can include labor, capital, energy, materials, and purchased services. The BLS also publishes measures of labor productivity.

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    Manufacturing multifactor productivity declines 1.0% in 2018

    01/28/2020

    In 2018 multifactor productivity declined at a 1.0 percent annual rate in the manufacturing sector. This decline follows a revised 0.3 percent increase in 2017.
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    Multifactor productivity increases 1.0% in 2018, following a 0.4% increase in 2017

    03/20/2019

    In 2018 multifactor productivity grew at a 1.0 percent annual rate in the private nonfarm business and private business sectors. In both sectors, multifactor productivity grew at a faster rate than in 2017.
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    Multifactor productivity rose in 37 of 86 studied manufacturing industries in 2016

    06/28/2018

    Multifactor productivity rose in 37 of the 86 4-digit NAICS manufacturing industries in 2016, up from 21 industries in 2015. Among transportation industries, multifactor productivity increased in air transportation and decreased in line-haul railroads.
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    Major Sector and 3-Digit NAICS Manufacturing Industries

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    • Sources of growth in Real Output in the private nonfarm business sector (PDF)
    • Contribution of Research and Development to Private Nonfarm Business Multifactor Productivity including Research and Development stocks (PDF)
    • Research and Development Contributions and Stocks in the Total Economy (PDF)
    • Sources of growth in Real Output in the private business sector (PDF)

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    • BLS–BEA Integrated Industry–Level Production Account

      • Integrated BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account Initial Statistics for 2016 and Revised Statistics for 1998–2015 (PDF)
      • Integrated BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account Initial Statistics for 2015 and Revised Statistics for 1998–2014 (PDF)
      • Integrated Industry-Level Production Account for the United States: Intellectual Property Products Account Update. September 2015 (PDF).
      • Integrated Industry-Level Production Account for the United States: Intellectual Property Products and the 2007 NAICS. May 2014 (PDF).
      • A Prototype BEA/BLS Industry-Level Production Account for the United States. November 2012. (PDF 1.7MB).
      • Integrated GDP-Productivity Accounts. December 2008. (PDF)
    • Nonmanufacturing Industry Contributions to Multifactor Productivity, 1987–2006. June 2010. (PDF 1MB)
    • Effects of Imported Intermediate Inputs on Productivity. June 2010. (PDF 2MB)
    • Preliminary Estimate of Multifactor Productivity Growth. June 2005. (PDF)

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