John Van Reenen
John Van Reenen
MIT Department of Economics and Sloan Management School
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Measuring and explaining management practices across firms and countries
N Bloom, J Van Reenen
The quarterly journal of Economics 122 (4), 1351-1408, 2007
The fall of the labor share and the rise of superstar firms
D Autor, D Dorn, LF Katz, C Patterson, J Van Reenen
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (2), 645-709, 2020
Uncertainty and investment dynamics
N Bloom, S Bond, J Van Reenen
The review of economic studies 74 (2), 391-415, 2007
Mapping the two faces of R&D: Productivity growth in a panel of OECD industries
R Griffith, S Redding, JV Reenen
Review of economics and statistics 86 (4), 883-895, 2004
Innovation and institutional ownership
P Aghion, J Van Reenen, L Zingales
American economic review 103 (1), 277-304, 2013
Market share, market value and innovation in a panel of British manufacturing firms
R Blundell, R Griffith, J Van Reenen
The review of economic studies 66 (3), 529-554, 1999
Trade induced technical change? The impact of Chinese imports on innovation, IT and productivity
N Bloom, M Draca, J Van Reenen
The review of economic studies 83 (1), 87-117, 2016
Why do management practices differ across firms and countries?
N Bloom, J Van Reenen
Journal of economic perspectives 24 (1), 203-224, 2010
Identifying technology spillovers and product market rivalry
N Bloom, M Schankerman, J Van Reenen
Econometrica 81 (4), 1347-1393, 2013
Technology and changes in skill structure: evidence from seven OECD countries
S Machin, J Van Reenen
The quarterly journal of economics 113 (4), 1215-1244, 1998
How Effective are Fiscal Incentives for R & D?: A New Review of the Evidence
J Van Reenen, BH Hall
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999
Skill-biased organizational change? Evidence from a panel of British and French establishments
E Caroli, J Van Reenen
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (4), 1449-1492, 2001
Americans do IT better: US multinationals and the productivity miracle
N Bloom, R Sadun, JV Reenen
American Economic Review 102 (1), 167-201, 2012
Carbon taxes, path dependency, and directed technical change: Evidence from the auto industry
P Aghion, A DechezleprÍtre, D Hemous, R Martin, J Van Reenen
Journal of Political Economy 124 (1), 1-51, 2016
Are ideas getting harder to find?
N Bloom, CI Jones, J Van Reenen, M Webb
American Economic Review 110 (4), 1104-1144, 2020
Do R&D tax credits work? Evidence from a panel of countries 1979–1997
N Bloom, R Griffith, J Van Reenen
Journal of Public Economics 85 (1), 1-31, 2002
Has ICT polarized skill demand? Evidence from eleven countries over twenty-five years
G Michaels, A Natraj, J Van Reenen
Review of Economics and Statistics 96 (1), 60-77, 2014
The profitability of innovating firms
P Geroski, S Machin, J Van Reenen
The Rand journal of economics, 198-211, 1993
The impact of training on productivity and wages: Evidence from British panel data
L Dearden, H Reed, J Van Reenen
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 68 (4), 397-421, 2006
Dynamic count data models of technological innovation
R Blundell, R Griffith, JV Reenen
The economic journal 105 (429), 333-344, 1995
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