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Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates for 1997 to 2005

Release date: 10 July 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates for 1997 to 2006

Release date: 14 January 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates for 1998 to 2007

Release date: 10 March 2009 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates for 1994 to 2008

Provisional release date: 13 July 2010
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates for 1970 to 2009

Release date: 10 May 2011 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Estimates to 2010

Release date: 04 April 2012 at 9:30am
This has been changed from 26 April 2012 at 9:30am. Please see the Department's website for further details.
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Indicative estimates to 2010

Release date: 13 September 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.

Title: Multi-factor Productivity (experimental) - Indicative estimates to 2012

Release date: 23 January 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Economy | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Using a growth accounting framework, growth in output can be decomposed into the relative contributions of capital and labour inputs (in terms of both quantity and composition) as well as a residual component known as multi-factor productivity (MFP) or disembodied technical change.