Concepts and definitions
- Change in labour input
In statistics on central government productivity the change in labour input is the change in the amount of work (staff-years, working days or working hours)
- Change in labour productivity
In statistics on central government productivity labour productivity is obtained by dividing the output volume indicator with the labour input volume indicator.
- Change in total input
In statistics on central government productivity the change in total input equals the deflated change of the total operating expenditure item in central government commercial accounting. Personnel costs, depreciations and other operating costs are deflated with separate cost indices.
In statistics on local government productivity the change in total input equals the year-on-year change in the sum of the volumes of the national accounts items local government sector intermediate consumption at purchaser's prices by industry, consumption of fixed capital and compensations of employees.
- Change in total productivity
In statistics on local government productivity the change in total productivity is the quotient of the change in productivity and the change in total input.
Official Statistics of Finland (OSF):
Statistics on central government productivity [e-publication].
ISSN=1797-0490. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 31.3.2015].
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