by Productivity Measurement Advisory Service, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development] in [Paris .
Written in English
|Other titles||Productivity measurement review. Special number, Feb. 1962|
|Series||O.E.C.D. publication -- no. 14,661|
|Contributions||Rémery, R.,, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Productivity Measurement Advisory Service|
|LC Classifications||HD9715 A2 F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||79|
Productivity in the use of resource inputs is of critical importance to the construction industry. This paper is intended to discuss the relative merits of the most commonly used measures of productivity for the purpose of assessing the productive and allocative efficiency of construction in the s. The paper concludes that the total factor productivity method is the ideal against which the Cited by: Get this from a library! Productivity measurement for the construction industry. [Stephen F Weber; Barbara C Lippiatt; Center for Building Technology.; United States. National Bureau of Standards.]. Törnqvist index is the measure of output in each industry. Labor input. Ideally, the data on inputs and output would come from the same source. Some estimates of productivity growth in construction, as shown in an article by Rojas and Aramveekul, for example, have run into difficulties because the. The book provides rich insights into building procurement process, new house building process, productivity measurement in construction, building life cycle phases, and the key role players in the building development process and their influences on productivity at their respective phases of operation in the residential building life cycle.
on productivity in the construction , The Nigerian Quantity Surveyor, pp". 3. Olaseni Orenuga(): "Encouraging indigenous participation in Nigeria's construction industry~ Builders magazine, Vol.l,No. 2, pp". 4. Engr. E.O. Olowo-Okere(l): "The construction industry and rural development, The Nigerian Quantity. Featuring scores of contributions covering the most advanced methods for the measurement and improvement of quality and productivity, no other reference can compete. Throughout chapters, front-runners in the quality movement reveal the evolving theory Reviews: 2. together define the construction industry, are residential, commercial/institutional, industrial, and infrastructure. This report describes efforts underway that focus on the measurement of construction productivity at three levels—task, project, and industry—and how such measurements . and , the productivity of construction labour in Japan increased by % a year, while Canadian construction productivity rose by only %. In response to this dilemma, the Con struction Division of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) developed and im plemented a program with a view to improving productivity.
As construction is a labor-intensive industry, this paper focuses on labor productivity in the construction industry. This study considers the current state-of-the-art issues relevant to this subject. productivity, Analyzes factors affecting the labour productivity, impact and suggests appropriate measures that can be taken to improve labour productivity. The aim is supported by the objective stated below. Study and discuss various factors affecting labour productivity in construction industry. The OECD Productivity Manual is the first comprehensive guide to the various productivity measures aimed at statisticians, researchers and analysts involved in constructing industry-level productivity indicators. The Manual presents the theoretical foundations to productivity measurement, and discusses implementation and measurement issues. 2. Statistical measures of the construction industry 3. Productivity trends in the construction industry 4. Measurement issues 5. Conclusions and implications for further research 4 Prism Economics and Analysis A Primer on Productivity Part I.