Development Patterns of Material Productivity

Development Patterns of Material Productivity

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Increasing concerns regarding the worlda€™s natural resources and sustainability continue to be a major issue for global development. As a result several political initiatives and strategies for green or resource-efficient growth both on national and international levels have been proposed. A core element of these initiatives is the promotion of an increase of resource or material productivity. This dissertation examines material productivity developments in the OECD and BRICS countries between 1980 and 2008. By applying the concept of convergence stemming from economic growth theory to material productivity the analysis provides insights into both aspects: material productivity developments in general as well potentials for accelerated improvements in material productivity which consequently may allow a reduction of material use globally. The results of the convergence analysis underline the importance of policy-making with regard to technology and innovation policy enabling the production of resource-efficient products and services as well as technology transfer and diffusion.Available at eio_methodological_report_2012.pdf. ... Accessed 27 Feb 2013 Eurostat, OECD (2006) Eurostat a€“ OECD methodological manual on purchasing power parities. OECD, Parisanbsp;...

Title:Development Patterns of Material Productivity
Author: Larissa Talmon-Gros
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2014-02-10

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