What Causes Differences i in Management Practices?
Management practices vary substantially across countries and across fifi rms,
which raises a diffifi cult question. If improved management offers profifi tability gains,
why would fifi rms not adopt bette
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be empirically important in explaining cross-country differences in aggregate
productivity: that is, high-productivity countries like the United States appear to
be better at getting effifi cient fifi rms to grow larger, while low-productivity countries
One part of this double-blind technique is that managers are not told they are
being scored or shown the scoring grid. They are only told they are being interviewed
about management practices. To do this, we used open questions in the
survey. For example,