Australian Bureau of Statistics
1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2006
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ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OF THE COMMUNICATION SERVICES INDUSTRIES
Total factor income is that part of the cost of producing the GDP which consists of gross payments to factors of production (labour and capital) and is equal to the sum of compensation of employees, gross operating surplus and gross mixed income. Examination of the total factor income for the communication services industry shows changes in the share of income accruing to labour (i.e. compensation of employees) compared with the share attributed as accruing to capital (i.e. gross operating surplus and gross mixed income). Graph 23.2 shows how the shares accruing to labour and capital for the communication services industry have changed since 1997-98.
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