By Alan Griffiths, Stuart Wall

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20 CHAPTER 1 CHANGES IN THE UK ECONOMIC STRUCTURE contributed little to the falling RULC after 1983. 0 DM. 95 DM in October 1990. However, the enforced withdrawal of the UK from the ERM on 16 September 1992 (see Chapter 29) led to the pound depreciating by more than 14% in the following months. This went some way to meeting the 27% depreciation estimated as being required in 1991 to restore RULC to its 1976 level in Fig. 1. This depreciation in sterling certainly brought about a sharp fall in RULC from September 1992 onwards which contributed to the recovery of output and improved the balance of trade.

4, employment levels were broadly maintained until 1979, but since then the growth of service sector employment has not compensated for falling industrial employment. The costs of deindustrialization have been particularly felt in those regions where declining industries were concentrated. The Midlands, the North, Yorkshire and Humberside, the North West, Wales and Scotland all experienced a prolonged period with unemployment rates well above 10% during the 1980s, as the industrial base contracted.

Indeed Greenhalgh (1994) points out that in the eight-year period 1985–93, manufacturing contributed about 70% of the average rise in output per worker in the whole economy. In parts of the service sector there is little scope for improved productivity; even the concept itself is often inappropriate. First, there is often no clear output – how do you measure the output of doctors, or nurses? Second, even where a crude output measure is devised, it often fails to take into account the quality of service – are larger class sizes an increase or a decrease in educational productivity?

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