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Definition of Multifactor
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Literary usage of Multifactor
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1. Brightness and Dullness in Children by Herbert Hollingworth Woodrow (1919)
"... a theory, that is, applying only to performances that are correlated with intelligence.20 A multifactor Theory.—Notwithstanding its great value, ..."
2. Offshoring of Services: An Overview of the Issues by Sigurd R. Nilsen (2006)
"A broader productivity measure that is sometimes used is multifactor productivity (MFP) ... One multifactor productivity index, produced by the Major Sector ..."
3. Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"multifactor Productivity Trends for Selected Industries In multifactor ... The relationship between multifactor productivity and labor productivity (in ..."
4. OECD Economic Surveys Australia by OECD Staff (2005)
"Effect of deregulation on the multifactor productivity gap relative to best practice1 1. The graph shows the estimated effect of a decrease in product ..."
5. Tobacco Policy Making in California 2001-2003: No Longer Finishing First edited by Jeffrey Archer, Simon Bainbridge (2003)
"multifactor productivity major-sector measures, and industry labor and multifactor measures are published each year. ..."