Export intensity and the productivity gains of exporting
Miguel Manjon Antolin (),
Juan A. Mañez,
Maria Engracia Rochina Barrachina and
Juan A. Sanchis Llopis ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2013, vol. 20, issue 8, 804-808
This article analyses whether the productivity gains associated with Learning-by-Exporting (LBE) (controlling for self-selection) depend on the intensity of the firm's exporting activity. The results from a representative sample of Spanish manufacturing firms indicate that the yearly average gains in productivity are larger for those firms that increase their export-to-sales ratio.
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