Re: [OPE] Invention, Inventors, and the Productivity of Labor

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Date: Mon Nov 03 2008 - 07:10:15 EST

 Jerry, I tend to say yes it does, but more indirectly then directly.



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Subject: RE: [OPE] Invention, Inventors, and the Productivity of Labor

> You are taking a narrower definition of the productivity of labour than me.



Hi Paul C:


Perhaps so: am I mistaken in thinking that you believe that all innovations

are ultimately labor-saving and there is no such thing as a capital goods-saving

innovation which lowers costs but doesn't increase labor productivity?


In solidarity, Jerry


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