The most used output indicator
for measuring the relevance of the research is doctoral degrees obtained;
Public service costs are generally observable, measurable, and aggregatable, but it is difficult to create an aggregated output indicator
because there are no prices for outputs.
such as electricity sales saw doubledigit gains, but the official industrial output indicator
slowed to 8.
This characteristic put them in a similar position with Chile, where each of them is more specialized producing a different output indicator
within the three of them at the relative same level of teaching staff per student.
If a shoe factory's gross output indicator
was a specified number of pairs of shoes, there would be plenty of baby shoes, but none for large feet, because the same amount of material could be used to produce one large pair or several small pairs.
The Soviets experimented by adding other indicators, but in the end a gross output indicator
always determined the manager's success or failure.
The output indicator
was on the positive side for the fourth straight month thanks to brisk exports, which boosted other production figures as well.
2) Using forecasts of potential output in policy formulation leads to an ex-ante, welfare-superior monetary policy as long as the noise in the potential output indicator
CyberGauge's graphical output indicator
alerted the network manager to the problem.
At one end of the scale this principle tends to divert attention away from activities such as retailing, where the measures are generally regarded as being relatively sound, towards such services as advertising where the official output indicator
is based on an employment series.
r] difference exists between the rth type of the output indicator
and the optimal output value.
BDO's projection comes after its ``poll of polls'', compiled by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, recorded a rise in its key output indicator