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State Productivity Assessment

This study produces a state productivity report. This report is an initiative from the Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) in collaboration with the State Government to examine at current performance and assess the state’s ability to improve productivity. This report is a proactive step because it includes a comprehensive analysis of the state’s productivity performance and involves all the core catalysts of productivity growth outlined in the Malaysia Productivity Blueprint (MPB), namely talent, technology, business environment, incentive structure and productive mindset.

The State Productivity Report plays an important role in supporting the state’s economic growth towards improving growth performance through increased productivity. In fact, it is coordinated with the state planning document so that it becomes complementary to the outlined strategy and direction.

For details, please contact our economist:

Dr. Muhammad Daaniyall Abd Rahman
Senior Economist

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Selected Projects

Informal Economy and Productivity Growth

New Dynamics of Global Supply Chains and Implications for Productivity

Premature Deindustrialization and Productivity Performance

New Wage Model for Building Sustainable Business and Workforce

Penyediaan Kajian Pelan Tindakan Khusus
Sembilan 2021-2025 (RPNS 2021-2025)

Study on Measures and Strategies to Increase Labor Compensation

A study to develop an economy-wide model for refinement of medium-term labor market forecasting and evidence-based policy formulation

Jadual Input-Output Negeri & Rancangan Pembangunan Negeri Sembilan (RPNS)

Impacts and Consequences of Unemployment Insurance

State Productivity Assessment

Effects of Labor Market Conditions on Shadow Economy in Malaysia

Untapped Economically Active Labor Force to Promote Economic Growth and Productivity

The Need for Escaping the Wage Curse

Meniti Titian Hidup: Memahami Impak Badai Inflasi

Job Market Monitor: Climbing the Job Ladder among Graduates

Development of Leading Indicators of Unemployment Rates