Capital to labour ratio
From ACT Wiki
The ratio of a firm's capital assets to its spending on labour.
- Capital-to-labour rates stagnate
- "Firms have hired workers to produce more to meet the rising demand rather than investing in new capacities.
- As a result capital-to-labour ratios and rates of productivity growth have stagnated."
- The Treasurer magazine, April 2018, p15 - Kallum Pickering, senior UK economist, Berenberg Bank.