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Table 1 The results of the total factor productivity calculation (Source: compiled by authors based on author’s calculations)

From: The features of economic growth in the case of Latvia and Lithuania

Lithuania Latvia
Industry ΔY TFP/L ΔY TFP/K ΔY TFP Industry ΔY TFP/L ΔY TFP/K ΔY TFP
A 101,11 −8,44 92,67 A 130,84 −51,04 79,81
B 120,13 −25,23 94,90 B 120,13 −25,23 94,90
C 108,12 −21,16 86,96 C 143,14 −48,81 94,32
D 122,80 −21,54 101,26 D 152,51 7,97 160,48
E −51,39 166,87 115,48 E 87,92 −24,17 63,75
F 164,76 −53,12 111,64 F 114,97 −97,16 17,81
G −0,07 −21,15 −21,22 G 103,00 79,57 182,57
H −62,83 1,84 −60,98 H 86,60 −7,95 78,65
I 49,98 −3,00 46,98 I −184,65 −19,01 −203,66
J 315,35 90,30 405,65 J 12,55 −438,08 −425,53
K −390,40 692,98 302,59 K −5,22 259,03 253,81
L 113,08 12,95 126,03 L 102,37 14,11 116,48
M 103,24 −1,24 102,00 M 73,64 1,77 75,41
N 65,98 −44,07 21,91 N 144,36 −114,58 29,78
O n/a n/a n/a O 98,92 −13,54 85,38
P n/a n/a n/a P −56,12 312,98 256,87
Q 46,89 4,60 51,49 Q 88,29 5,44 93,73
R 88,96 −0,89 88,07 R 153,18 113,58 266,76
S n/a n/a n/a S 98,69 −10,64 88,05
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