-- JonathanHaskel - 18 Nov 2008

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Title Non-technical summary of Intangible work
Author Jonathan Haskel
Year 2008
Abstract Amid long-standing worries about the UK’s labour and total factor productivity performance as compared with the United States, ESRC funding enabled Professor Jonathan Haskel and colleagues at Queen Mary, University of London, to investigate the situation through an Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM) Fellowship.
As a result of their work - supported also by HM Treasury and the Office for National Statistics - Chancellor of The Exchequer, Alistair Darling, was able to tell MPs that, in fact, the UK could now be investing as much in intangible assets as the US. He said that almost 250 billion a year – up to a quarter of today’s income – was going into the priorities essential for future prosperity.
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