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The Gross Regional Product (GRP) per Employee is often used as a measure of productivity. GRP is defined as the total value of all goods and services produced in a given region. Unlike national income accounting, output at the regional level is difficult to measure and therefore not readily available in public databases. Economy.com and other economic consulting firms make estimations of regional output using various statistical techniques. Data is available for MSAs and counties, and can be purchased on Economy.com’s web site.

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