International Productivity Monitor
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International Productivity Monitor
ISSN: 1492-9759 (print), 1492-9767 (on-line)
Frequency: 2 issues per year

The International Productivity Monitor is a completely Open Access journal published by the Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS). The objective of the Monitor is to focus attention on the importance of productivity for improving living standards and quality of life. The Monitor ranks within the top fifth of all economic journals on RePEc with an impact factor of 2.718, and is in the top 10 per cent of all economic journals by file downloads.

The Monitor publishes high-quality peer-reviewed articles on productivity issues, trends and developments in Canada and other countries and serves as a vehicle for the international discussion of productivity topics. We do not charge submission fees for these articles. Print and online versions are published twice a year in English. The articles are largely nontechnical in nature and understandable to a wide audience of productivity researchers and analysts as well as the general public. The publication is distributed electronically to anyone interested in productivity issues on a complimentary basis.

Current Issue

Number 38, Spring 2020

Cover 

Masthead 

Table of Contents 

Andrew Sharpe
Editor's Overview 

Conal Smith
Trust and Total Factor Productivity: What Do We Know About Effect Size and Causal Pathways? 

Christian Osterhold and Ana Fontoura Gouveia
Productivity, Zombie Firms and Exit Barriers in Portugal 

Symposium on Sources of the Transatlantic Productivity Slowdown

Robert J. Gordon and Hassan Sayed
Transatlantic Technologies: The Role of ICT in the Evolution of U.S. and European Productivity Growth 

Data Appendix 

Martin Neil Baily, Barry P. Bosworth and Siddhi Doshi
Lessons from Productivity Comparisons of Germany, Japan, and the United States 

Data Appendix 

This IPM article was mentioned in an article by the BBN Times.

John Fernald and Robert Inklaar
Does Disappointing European Productivity Growth Reflect a Slowing Trend? Weighing the Evidence and Assessing the Future 

Data Appendix 

Don Drummond
The World Bank Perspective on Productivity: A Review Article on Productivity Revisited: Shifting Paradigms in Analysis and Policy 

Mary O'Mahony
Measuring Performance and Accountability in Higher Education: A Review Article on Productivity in Higher Education 

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