The OECD has just published a study titled "Productivity and Innovation". It summarizes the orthodoxy, first formulated by Nobel prizewinner Robert Solow from MIT almost five decades ago: "A substantial part of economic growth cannot be explained by increased utilisation of capital and labour.
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