Oxford Review of Economic Policy volume 22, issue 4, P513-525 2006 DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/grj030 View full text
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R. Griffith, J. Haskel, A. Neely

Abstract: Many papers have documented wide variations in productivity even in narrowly defined industries. Some have argued that this primarily reflects measurement problems due, for example, to comparing across different products. Others argue that this reflects persistent differences in performance due, for example, to management. This paper looks at productivity differences not within an industry but within a firm. We use data on productivity of different branches within lines of business of a major UK-based wholesal…

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