Government and Economies in the Postwar World: Economic Policies and Comparative Performance, 1945-85

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group includes all the four largest economies-Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom,


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Englander, S., and Mittelstadt, A. (1988) 'Total factor productivity: macro-economic and structural aspects of the slowdown', OECD Economic Studies, no. 10, Spring.
Maddison, A. (1982) Phases of Capitalist Development, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
OECD Economic Outlook 44, December 1988.

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The author is Head of the Economics and Statistics Department of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and this commentary draws on OECD data and publications. However, the treatment of the subject and the views expressed here reflect the author's personal judgement, and should not be taken to represent the views of the organization. The chapter has benefited from comments and suggestions by Derek Blades and Andrew Dean.
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A note on country groupings is given on pp. 282-3.

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