Work in Progress

The Causal Effects of an Industrial Policy.” Criscuolo, Chiara, Ralf Martin, Henry G. Overman, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1113January 2016.

CEO Pay and the Rise of Relative Performance: A Question of Governance?” Bell, Brian, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper No. 1439. July 2016.

"The Intellectual Spoils of War? Defense R&D, Productivity and Spillovers." Moretti, Enrico, Claudia Steinwender, and John Van Reenen. July 2016.

Do Fiscal Incentives Increase Innovation? An RD Design for R&D.” Dechezleprêtre, Antoine, Elias Einiö, Ralf Martin, Kieu-Trang Nguyen, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1413. June 2016.

Management as a Technology.” Bloom, Nicholas, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1433. June 2016.

"The Lifecycle of Inventors." Bell, Alex, Raj Chetty, Xavier Jaravel, Neviana Petkova, and John Van Reenen. June 2016.

Management Practices, Workforce Selection and Productivity.” Bender, Stefan, Nicholas Bloom, David Card, John Van Reenen, and Stefanie Wolter. CEP Discussion Paper No. 1416. March 2016.

"Can Helping the Sick Hurt the Able? Incentives, Information and Disruption in a Welfare Reform.” Bagaria, Nitika, Barbara Petrongolo, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1347. January 2016.

“Managing Trade: First Evidence from China." Bloom, Nicholas, Kaline Manova, Stephen Sun, John Van Reenen, and Zhihong Yu. January 2016.

The Price Ain’t Right? Hospital Prices and Health Spending on the Privately Insured." Cooper, Zack, Stuart Craig and Marty Gaynor. CEP Discussion Paper 1395. December 2015 New York Times New Yorker

A Trapped Factors Model of Innovation.” Bloom, Nicholas, Paul M. Romer, Stephen J. Terry, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper No. 1261. October 2015.

IT and Management in America.” Bloom, Nicholas, Erik Brynjolfsson, Lucia Foster, Ron Jarmin, Megha Patnaik, Itay Saporta-Eksten, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1258. February 2014.

Does Management Matter in Healthcare? Why Good Practice Really Matters.” Bloom, Nicholas, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen. November 2013.

"Decoupling of Wage Growth and Productivity Growth: Myth and Reality." Pessoa, João Paulo, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1246. October 2013.

"Why Has China Grown so Fast? The Role of International Technology Transfer." Van Reenen, John, and Linda Yueh. CEP Discussion Paper No. 1121. February 2012.

The Incentives of a Monopolist to Degrade Interoperability." Genakos, Christos, Kai-Uwe Kühn, and John Van Reenen. CEP Discussion Paper 1060. July 2011.

Constraints on Developing UK Management Practices.” Bloom, Nicholas, Renata Lemos, Mingxuan Qi, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen. BIS Research Paper No. 58. November 2011.

The Impact of the Diffusion of a Financial Innovation on Company Performance: An Analysis of SWIFT.” Scott, Susan, John Van Reenen, and Markos Zachariadis. CEP Discussion Paper No. 992. August 2010.

"Is There a Market for Work Group Servers? Evaluating Market Level Demand Elasticities Using Micro and Macro Models." Van Reenen, John. CEP Discussion Paper No. 650. September 2004.

“Assortative Mating and Inequality: evidence over 50 years from the US and UK.” Machin, Stephen, Scott Murrani, and John Van Reenen.

Management in Healthcare: Why Good Practice Really Matters." Dorgan, Stephen, Dennis Layton, Nicholas Bloom, Rebecca Homkes, Raffaella Sadun, John Van Reenen.

“Turbulence and Decentralization in Bad Times.”Aghion, Philippe, Nicholas Bloom, Brian Lucking, Raffaella Sadun, and John Van Reenen.

 

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