Assessing competitiveness- how firm-level data can help
Carlo Altomonte (),
Giorgio Barba Navaretti (),
Filippo di Mauro () and
Gianmarco Ottaviano ()
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As policymakers refocus on growth, the ability to take a firm-level view is key to disentangling the various factors at the root of competitiveness, and thus to designing appropriate policies.• Firm-level data provides critical information for the design of appropriate competitiveness measures that complement traditional macro analysis. • More work remains to be done assembling firm-level information, but the variance of the distribution of firm characteristics already conveys important information...
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