The Role of Training and Innovation in Workplace Performance

Productivity Commission Working Paper No. 1609

70 Pages Posted: 10 Nov 2003

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Patrick Laplagne

Productivity Commission

Leonie Bensted

Productivity Commission

Date Written: December 15, 1999

Abstract

This paper uses workplace-level data from the Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey to examine the extent to which the use of training and/or innovation by a workplace increases the likelihood that is has higher labour productivity than its competitiors, and experiences high labour productivity growth.

Keywords: training, innovation, workplace performance, productivity, labour, capital, Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey

JEL Classification: D, J, O

Suggested Citation

Laplagne, Patrick and Bensted, Leonie, The Role of Training and Innovation in Workplace Performance (December 15, 1999). Productivity Commission Working Paper No. 1609, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=324760 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.324760

Patrick Laplagne (Contact Author)

Productivity Commission ( email )

Level 28
35 Collins St.
Melbourne, Victoria, Victoria 3000
Australia

Leonie Bensted

Productivity Commission

Level 28, 35 Collins St.
Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Australia

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