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    • Americans Do IT Better: US Multinationals and the Productivity Miracle 

      Bloom, Nicholas; Sadun, Raffaella; Van Reenen, John (American Economic Association, 2012)
      US productivity growth accelerated after 1995 (unlike Europe's), particularly in sectors that intensively use information technologies (IT). Using two new micro panel datasets we show that US multinationals operating in ...
    • The New Empirical Economics of Management 

      Bloom, Nicholas; Lemos, Renata; Sadun, Raffaella; Scur, Daniela; Van Reenan, John (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014)
      Over the last decade the World Management Survey (WMS) has collected firm-level management practices data across multiple sectors and countries. We developed the survey to try to explain the large and persistent TFP ...
    • Specialization and Variety in Repetitive Tasks: Evidence from a Japanese Bank 

      Staats, Bradley R.; Gino, Francesca (INFORMS, 2012)
      Sustaining operational productivity in the completion of repetitive tasks is critical to many organizations' success. Yet research points to two different work-design-related strategies for accomplishing this goal: ...
    • The Transparency Paradox: A Role for Privacy in Organizational Learning and Operational Control 

      Bernstein, Ethan S (SAGE Publications, 2012)
      Using data from embedded participant-observers and a field experiment at the second largest mobile phone factory in the world, located in China, I theorize and test the implications of transparent organizational design on ...