Filippo di Mauro

National University of Singapore (NUS)

1E Kent Ridge Road

NUHS Tower Block Level 7

Singapore, 119228

Singapore

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The Drivers of Revenue Productivity: A New Decomposition Analysis with Firm-Level Data

ECB Working Paper No. 2014
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 07 Feb 2017
Filippo di Mauro, Giordiano Mion and Daniel Stöhlker
National University of Singapore (NUS), University of Sussex and European Central Bank (ECB)
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decomposition, production function estimation, demand, productivity, markups

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Wage Bargaining Regimes and Firms' Adjustments to the Great Recession

ECB Working Paper No. 2051
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 16 May 2017
Maddalena Ronchi and Filippo di Mauro
Independent and National University of Singapore (NUS)
Downloads 36 (531,599)

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productivity, wage bargaining, firm level analysis, global financial crisis

3.

Living with Lower Productivity Growth: Impact on Exports

Peterson Institute for International Economics Working Paper No. 18-10
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 19 Oct 2019
National University of Singapore (NUS), London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economics, Students, Bocconi University - Department of Economics and Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation and European Central Bank (ECB)
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Export competitiveness, Productivity distribution, Allocative efficiency, Productivity slowdown, OP gap

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Productivity and Employment in Apac Economies: A Comparison with the EU Using Firm-Level Information

ADBI Working Paper 1264
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 29 Jun 2021
Filippo di Mauro, Peter Morgan and Minh Duy Hoang
National University of Singapore (NUS), ADBI and National University of Singapore (NUS) - NUS Business School
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productivity, firm-level, employment, labor costs, labor skills, wage premium, TFP dispersion, firm concentration, financial constraint