Reproducible assets

Reproducible assets

A tangible asset with physical properties that can be matched or duplicated, such as a building or machinery.

Reproducible Asset

An asset that can be copied and remade. Buildings and widgets are both reproducible assets while an antique baseball card, on the other hand, is not.
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Diewert and Yu (2012) estimate capital input from 14 types of reproducible assets (machinery and equipment, and structures) plus land and inventory.
The features of the method used by the Canadian Productivity Program for estimating aggregate capital input include: bottom-up approach; variable land; equalized nominal rates of returns across assets; and aggregation over 28 reproducible assets plus land and inventory stock.
To examine the effect of the differences across these areas on the estimate of capital input, the data on investment and capital stock for 28 reproducible assets plus land and inventory at a detail level of industry aggregation for estimating capital input in Statistics Canada's productivity program are used.
Further perspective on recent changes in property income can be gained by examining the relationship of property income to the stock of net reproducible assets and to domestic income.
The ratio of property income to the stock of net reproducible assets is the average rate of return on these assets (see box on page 7).
Property income's share is related to the rate of return by a third ratio - the ratio of domestic income to the value of net reproducible assets, which measures the average annual product per dollar of capital.
Property income's share is related to the rate of return by a third ratio--the ratio of domestic income to the value of net reproducible assets, which measures the average annual product per dollar of capital.
Perspective can also be gained by examining property income in relation to the net reproducible assets and the domestic income of domestic nonfinancial corporations.
The ratio of property income to the value of net reproducible assets is the rate of return on these assets -- that is, the rate of return, or yield, on "capital.
Property income's share is related to the rate of return by a third ratio -- the ratio of domestic income to the value of net reproducible assets, which measures the average annual product per dollar of capital.
Perspective on property income can also be gained by examining property income in relation to the net reproducible assets and the domestic income of domestic nonfinancial corporations.
Net reproducible assets consist of capital stock and inventories; both are measured at replacement cost.