Why does Sunderland have relatively low productivity despite its strong export performance? Paul Swinney reports for City Metric.
“Unreliable connections stunt productivity." Ben Chapman looks at the problem for The Independent.
Ian Stewart, Deloitte's Chief Economist in the UK, gives his take on productivity and the economy. Republished by Reaction.
Automation would boost productivity and create fresh job opportunities, reports Larry Elliott for The Guardian.
Investment recovery is vital to resolving the UK’s productivity stagnation, writes Alan Shipman for The Conversation.
Forbes' Tim Worstall looks at productivity in the retail sector.
New Zealand’s labour productivity fell 0.7 per cent in the year to March 2016, reports Ahn Jae Wook for sourceable.
Productivity in the public sector has a significant effect on the economy, writes Patrick Nolan for Public Finance.
Degree apprenticeships vs. traditional higher education. There's one clear winner for boosting productivity.
New study: UK SMEs waste almost three hours a week due to IT and technology problems, reports Owen Gough for smallbusiness.co.uk.
Putting exporters and foreign-owned firms at a disadvantage would make productivity worse, writes Peter Thal Larson for Reuters.
Where productivity was once roughly 2% annually, it now sits at virtually zero, writes Will Martin for Business Insider UK.
An interview with Josh Bivens, by Jared Bernstein for The Washington Post.
There are a number of reasons France might have different recorded productivity figures than the UK, writes Ryan Bourne for City A.M.
Junior members of the UK workforce are most likely to be disengaged, reports Business Matters.