Productivity Consequences of Workforce Ageing – Stagnation or a Horndal effect?

Bo Malmberg, Thomas Lindh and Max Halvarsson 2005

Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 17

This paper studies the composition of the workforce at the plant level in relation to the productivity performance of the plants, with data covering Swedish mining and manufacturing industries 1985-1996. Attempts to cope with the problems of estimation problems due to endogeneity of workdore composition tend to indicate that biases go in the direction that productivity of the young is overestimated and the productivity of the old is underestimated.

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Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 17

This paper studies the composition of the workforce at the plant level in relation to the productivity performance of the plants, with data covering Swedish mining and manufacturing industries 1985-1996. Attempts to cope with the problems of estimation problems due to endogeneity of workdore composition tend to indicate that biases go in the direction that productivity of the young is overestimated and the productivity of the old is underestimated.

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