Product Market Regulation And Macroeconomic Performance : A Review Of Cross-Country Evidence / Fabio Schiantarelli Schiantarelli, Fabio

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Schiantarelli, Fabio
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Trade regulation.; Resource allocation.; Economic development.
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"The main purpose of this paper is to provide a critical overview of the recent empirical contributions that use cross-country data to study the effects of product market regulation and reform on a country's macroeconomic performance. After a brief review of the theoretical literature and of relevant micro-econometric evidence, the paper discusses the main data and methodological issues related to empirical work on this topic. It then critically evaluates the cross-country evidence on the effects of product market regulation on mark-ups, firm dynamics, investment, employment, innovation, productivity, and output growth. The paper concludes with a summary of lessons learned from the econometric results." -- Cover verso.
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176358

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