References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 20 references in this bibliography folder.

Aoyama, H, Fujiwara, Y, Iyetomi, H, Ikeda, Y, and Souma, W (2009).
Superstatistics of Labour Productivity in Manufacturing and Nonmanufacturing Sectors
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 3(2009-22).

Aoyama, H, Yoshikawa, H, Iyetomi, H, and Fujiwara, Y (2009).
Labour Productivity Superstatistics
Progress of Theoretical Physics: Supplement, to appear.

Ikeda, Y and Souma, W (2009).
International Comparison of Labor Productivity Distribution for Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing Firms
Progress of Theoretical Physics: Supplement, to appear.

Aoyama, H, Yoshikawa, H, Iyetomi, H, and Fujiwara, Y (2008).
Productivity Dispersion: Fact, Theory and Implications
Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), Discussion Paper(080-35).

Morikawa, M (2008).
What Do Japanese Unions Do for Productivity?: An Empirical Analysis Using Firm-Level Data
Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), Discussion Paper(08-E-027).

Faggio, G, Salvanes, K, and Reenen, JV (2007).
The Evolution of Inequality in Productivity and Wages: Panel Data Evidence
NBER, Working Paper.

van_Praag, C and Versloot, P (2007).
What is the Value of Entrepreneurship? A Review of Recent Research
Small Business Economics, 29(4):351–382.

Foster, L, Haltiwanger, J, and Krizan, C (2006).
Market Selection, Reallocation, and Restructuring in the US Retail Trade Sector in the 1990s
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 88(4):748–758.

Kleiber, C and Kotz, S (2003).
Statistical Size Distributions in Economics and Actuarial Sciences
Wiley.

Haskel, J and Martin, R (2002).
The UK Manufacturing Productivity Spread
CeRIBA, Discussion Paper.

Aw, B, X. Chen, and Roberts, M (2001).
Firm-level Evidence on Productivity Differentials and Turnover in Taiwanese Manufacturing
Journal of Development Economics, 66(1):51-68.

Bartelsman, E and Doms, M (2000).
Understanding Productivity: Lessons from Longitudinal Microdata
Journal of Economic Literature, 38(3):569–594.

Bartelsman, E and Dhrymes, P (1998).
Productivity Dynamics: U.S. Manufacturing Plants, 1972-1986
, 9(1):5–34.

Oulton, N (1998).
Competition and the Dispersion of Labour Productivity amongst UK Companies
Oxford Economic Papers, 50(1):23-38.

Lansbury, M and Mayes, D (1996).
Entry, Exit, Ownership and the Growth of Productivity
In: Sources of Productivity Growth, ed. by D.G. Mayes, pp. 52–65.

Lansbury, MD (1996).
Shifts in the Production Frontier and the Distribution of Efficiency
In: Sources of Productivity Growth: 66-88, pp. 66-88.

Caves, R (1992).
Industrial Efficiency in Six Nations
MIT Press.

Hart, P and Shipman, A (1992).
The Variation of Productivity Within British and German Industries
Journal of Industrial Economics, 40:417-425.

Green, A and Mayes, D (1991).
Technical Inefficiency in Manufacturing Industries
Economic Journal, 101(406):523–538.

Salter, W and Reddaway, W (1969).
Productivity and Technical Change
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.