LNLP

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LNLPLatino Nonprofit Leadership Program (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
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Regression results relating to Tamilnadu showed that labor productivity (LnLP) and capital intensity (LnCI) had influenced positively the growth of the dependent variable capital productivity (LnCP) but the co-efficient of labor productivity (LnLP) was statistically significant at 10% level.
In Andhra Pradesh excepting labor productivity ( LnLP) and skill of workers (LnSKILL) the other variables such as industry size (LnSIZE), capital intensity (LnCI) and growth of net value added (Ln GRNVA) had negatively contributed to the growth in TFP.
4.724 31.753 31.550 78.711 D-W statistic 1.916 1.1283 1.946 1.661 Source: calculations are based on ASI data Note: ** significant at 5% level *** significant at 10% level Table 5 Regression Co-efficients Based on Capital Productivity Model Co-efficients AndhraPradesh Karnataka Kerala Tamilnadu Intercept (b0) 242.204 *** -299.181 ** 101.990 ** 98.678 ** (3.868) (-6.470) (16.438) (25.33) LnSIZE (b1) -1.099 29.911 ** -0.002 -0.085 (-1.831) (5.989) (-.009) (-1.327) LnLP (b2) .214 4.413 ** .478 ** .305 ** (1.918) (8.172) (18.409) (12.352) LnSKILL(b3) .380 -3.379 .036 .113 (1.740) (-1.615) (.609) (1.364) LnCI (b4) -.853 ** -0.919 *** -.525 ** -.353 ** (-5.415) (-2.565) (-12.805) (-8.484) LnGRNVA (b5) .076 -.177 ** -.007 .008 (.911) (-3.191) (-.609) (1.445) [R.sup.2] .928 .980 .978 .951 D.F.