total factor productivity

Total factor productivity (TFP) is a statistical measure that reflects the degree to which an industry or sector is able to produce more output using the same amount of inputs. To calculate TFP, all inputs used in production are divided by the number of outputs produced.

Because TFP takes into account the various inputs used in production, it can provide insights into how efficient an industry or sector is at producing goods and services.

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