Manufacturing

There's a paradox at the heart of global innovation and productivity

One theory that has gained a lot of traction lately is that the so-called productivity paradox does not actually exist. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Kemal Derviş

Vice President, Brookings Institution

Zia Qureshi

Director of Strategy and Operations, The World Bank

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 US labor productivity, 1978-2014: published and adjusted
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