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In brief...The value of good management

Management quality varies widely, even within a single firm, according to analysis of data collected from over 35,000 manufacturing plants in the United States. In their latest examination of the relationship between management practices and firms' performance, John Van Reenen and colleagues find that better management depends on competition, skills and learning from the leading firms.

Nicholas Bloom and John Van Reenen

3 July 2017     Paper Number CEPCP504

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