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Productivity in the Public Sector

A measure of the ratio between the outputs produced by public sector organizations and the inputs (factors of production) used to create those outputs. 

(Manning, Nick, Dirk-Jan Kraan and Jana Malinska. 2006. How and Why Should Government Activity Be Measured in "Government at a Glance"?. OECD GOV Technical Paper 1, OECD Project on Management in Government: Comparative Country Data. OECD: Paris. Published October 16, 2006. Retrieved June 19, 2008. http://www.oecd.org/officialdocuments/displaydocument/?doclanguage=en&cote=gov/pgc(2006)10/ann1.)

 

     

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