Labour productivity in the hotel business
This article studies differences in labour productivity in the hotel business. Cross section data consisting of one German and two Dutch samples are used. Explanatory variables are: scale, proportion of restaurant sales relative to accommodation sales, wage rate, location and price. This analysis is part of a larger fundamental quantitative study of the explanation of productivity differences in the hospitality business.
|Keywords||capital productivity, hotel business, industrial productivity, labour economics, labour market, labour productivity, performance standard, services industry|
van der Hoeven, W.H.M., & Thurik, A.R.. (1984). Labour productivity in the hotel business. The Service Industries Journal, 161–173. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/9268
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