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How is partial and multifactor productivity different?
Partial productivity measure only considers a single input in the ratio. The ratio for partial productivity is total output to a single input. [ A multifactor productivity measure utilizes more than a single factor, for example, both labor and capital. Hence, multifactor productivity is the ratio of total output to a subset of inputs Read more: Productivity Concepts and Measures -
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User: How is partial and multifactor productivity different?

Weegy: Partial productivity measure only considers a single input in the ratio. The ratio for partial productivity is total output to a single input. [ A multifactor productivity measure utilizes more than a single factor, for example, both labor and capital. Hence, multifactor productivity is the ratio of total output to a subset of inputs Read more: Productivity Concepts and Measures - organization, levels, system, examples, manager, definition, school, type, company ]



User: Should there be a difference between partial and multifactor productivity

Weegy: Partial productivity measure only considers a single input in the ratio. The ratio for partial productivity is total output to a single input. [ [ A multifactor productivity measure utilizes more than a single factor, for example, both labor and capital. Hence, multifactor productivity is the ratio of total output to a subset of inputs Read more: Productivity Concepts and Measures - organization, levels, system, examples, manager, definition, school, type, company ] ]
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There are difference between two productivity. Partial productivity provide a measure of growth in output to growth in one of the factor inputs, either capital or labor. And multifactor productivity, measures the changes in output per unit of combined inputs.

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