Raffaella Sadun, 12 October 2016

Can productivity gaps be explained by differences in management? In this video, Raffaella Sadun presents her research in management and the differences between being a micro-manager and a coordinator. This video was recorded during the European Economic Association's Congress held in Geneva at the end of August 2016.

David McKenzie, Christopher Woodruff, 21 September 2015

Better management practices are associated with better firm performance, and the quality of management practices is also associated with per capita income. This column explores the effect of business practices on small firms in developing countries. The findings indicate that better business practices are correlated with higher productivity, higher firm profits, and higher rates of survival. Poor business practices are holding back small firms in developing countries.


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