Growth of labour productivity, capital deepening and TFP in the market sector of the Russian economy in 1995–2014 (annual growth rates). Note: Labour productivity growth is measured as GDP per hour worked. Capital intensity is the flow of capital services per hour worked. Total factor productivity growth measures GDP growth over the weighted average of total hours worked, machinery, structures, ICT, software, transport equipment and other assets. Source: Russia KLEMS, 2017.

  Part of: Voskoboynikov I (2017) Sources of long run economic growth in Russia before and after the global financial crisis. Russian Journal of Economics 3(4): 348-365.