Employment and output functions for New Zealand manufacturing industries.
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Employment and output functions for New Zealand manufacturing industries.

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Published by University of Warwick, Department of Economics in Coventry .
Written in English

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SeriesWarwick economic research papers -- no. 33
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Open LibraryOL19961534M

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GDP From Manufacturing in New Zealand decreased to NZD Million in the fourth quarter of from NZD Million in the third quarter of GDP From Manufacturing in New Zealand averaged NZD Million from until , reaching an all time high of NZD Million in the third quarter of and a record low of NZD Million in the second quarter of , New Zealanders are employed in manufacturing. More than 15% of employees are engaged in manufacturing – NZ's second largest industrial sector. Manufacturing offers full-time work Manufacturing employees have full-time work - over 90% of those employed in manufacturing work full-time, compared with the 78% average over all industries. The manufacturing industry in New Zealand makes an important contribution to the national economy. In the manufacturing sector accounted for % of the country’s GDP. The proportion of the labour force employed in manufacturing was around % for the same year (New Zealand Economic and Financial Overview, ). In the early s New Zealand’s economic structure was similar to that of other developed economies. It had small primary (mainly agricultural) and secondary (manufacturing) industries, which together accounted for about 29% of New Zealand’s gross domestic product (GDP) in , and a much larger tertiary (services) sector which made up the remaining 71%.

Find your ideal job at SEEK with 1, manufacturing jobs found in All New Zealand. View all our manufacturing vacancies now with new jobs added daily! Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: Local Strength, Global Reach munications and business services, and construction. SMEs also account for a high percentage of manufactur-ing firms in many OECD countries and provide at least half of OECD manufacturing employment. Smaller firms are increasingly present in technology-intensive industriesFile Size: KB. Productivity of New Zealand's industries Productivity is a measure of how efficiently production inputs are being used within the economy to produce output. Productivity growth is a way to improve a nation’s long-term material standard of living. Manufacturing Output in New Zealand; Introduction This paper is part of two projects; to provide an empirical basis for my PhD work on the political economy of manufacturing in New Zealand's first century, and to be the core of a comprehensive database on New Zealand manufacturing from which useful long-run time series can be drawn.