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Pieter (Jop) WOLTJER

Postdoc Economic History – University of Groningen

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Dataset: U.S. Growth Accounts, 1899-1941

A growth decomposition for the U.S. private domestic economy and a 38-industry breakdown. For peak years between 1899 and 1941, this dataset includes detailed estimates for output, employment, hours worked, labor quality, labor services, capital stocks, capital quality, capital services and  Continue reading “Dataset: U.S. Growth Accounts, 1899-1941”

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Article: The Sources of Growth in a Technologically Progressive Economy

The United States, 1899-1941

ABSTRACT: We develop new aggregate TFP growth estimates for the United States between 1899 and 1941, and sectoral estimates at the most disaggregated level so far, 38 industries. We include hard-to-measure services, and a refined measure of sectoral labour quality growth.  Continue reading “Article: The Sources of Growth in a Technologically Progressive Economy”

Working Paper: What is new in PWT 9.1?

ABSTRACT: The release of the Penn World Table version 9.1 is the fourth release since the switch to the ‘Next Generation of the Penn World Table’, see Feenstra, Inklaar and Timmer (2015). PWT 9.1 does contain important new and revised data. Continue reading “Working Paper: What is new in PWT 9.1?”

Working Paper: WIOD Socio-Economic Accounts 2016

ABSTRACT: This document describes the sources and methods used for estimation of data on capital stocks and employment variables for the 43 countries included in the WIOD 2016 database, called the Socio-Economic Accounts (SEAs). Continue reading “Working Paper: WIOD Socio-Economic Accounts 2016”

Dataset: The Yankees of Europe?

This dataset provides detailed census-level data for Manufacturing in the US, Germany and Great Britain for selected years between 1899 and 1939. It covers output, horsepower, employment and efficiency at the 2-, 3- and 4-digit industry level. It also  Continue reading “Dataset: The Yankees of Europe?”

Working Paper: The Sources of Growth in a Technologically Progressive Economy

The United States, 1899-1941

ABSTRACT: We develop new aggregate and sectoral Total Factor Productivity (TFP) estimates for the United States between 1899 and 1941 through better coverage of sectors and better-measured labor quality, and find TFP-growth was lower than previously thought, Continue reading “Working Paper: The Sources of Growth in a Technologically Progressive Economy”

Dataset: U.S. Historical National Accounts, 1929-1947

This dataset provides improved measures of total factor productivity for the U.S private domestic economy and a 35-industry breakdown. For the period 1929-1947 it includes detailed estimates for output, employment, hours worked, labor quality, capital stocks,  Continue reading “Dataset: U.S. Historical National Accounts, 1929-1947”

Article: The Yankees of Europe?

A New View on Technology and Productivity in German Manufacturing in the Early Twentieth Century

ABSTRACT: Labor productivity in German manufacturing lagged persistently behind the United States in the early twentieth century. Traditionally, this is attributed to dichotomous technology paths across the Atlantic. Continue reading “Article: The Yankees of Europe?”

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