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Economy and Finance

Lithuania – Division of Productivity Analysis

In Lithuania, a group of analysts based in the Economic Policy Unit of the Economic Development Department of the Ministry of Economy performs the function of a National Productivity Board. The main tasks of the analytical unit are:

  • to analyse developments and policies in the field of productivity and competitiveness, including their  main factors and drivers as  labour cost, investments, innovations and human capital
  • to make the analyses publicly available and publish an Annual Productivity Report
  • to perform other analytical tasks, such as regular assessment and publication of the Lithuanian Economic Review

The contact person representing the National Productivity Board in Lithuania is Darius Abazorius.

There will be regular inter-institutional consultations and consultations with stakeholders, including, regular discussions with other government institutions, business and science representatives and other relevant parties; discussions of the draft productivity report within the network of National Industrial Competitiveness Commission Industry 4.0, which brings together high-level representatives of the government, associations, industry and science.

Annual reports

2022

July 2022 - Assessment of labour productivity developments in Lithuania. Investment and labour productivity in the EU
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(1.42 MB - PDF)
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2021

November 2021 Assessment of labour productivity developments
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November 2021 Assessment of labour productivity developments in Lithuania. Remuneration
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(1.8 MB - PDF)
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2020

December 2020 Remuneration in Lithuania and in the European Union (EU)

December 2020 Hours worked in the EU and in Lithuania

December 2020 Investment and labour productivity in the EU context

December 2020 Profit margins in Lithuania and in the EU

December 2020 Assessment of the labour productivity developments in Lithuania

 

2019

September 2019 Lithuania‘s labour productivity assessment