Research and analysis

UK productivity: the importance of 'intangible' assets

An analysis of how UK productivity is affected by 'intangible' activities, such as training and management.

Documents

Executive summary: Skills and economic performance: the impact of intangible assets on UK productivity

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Skills and economic performance: the impact of intangible assets on UK productivity

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Detail

This report looks at the drivers for economic growth in the UK, with a focus on ‘intangible’ inputs (such as brand equity, approaches to management and leadership, investments in training, research and development and software) as opposed to ‘tangible’ inputs of capital and labour.

Findings are analysed by sector and city region.