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Convergence of firm-level productivity, globalisation and information technology: Evidence from France

Abstract : This article studies the firm-level productivity convergence process in the 1990s and the 2000s in France. The speed of convergence has slowed during the course of the 1990s, a fact which is explained principally by the acceleration of the productivity of firms on the technological frontier. Evidence is presented that information technology and globalisation may have had a bigger impact on the most productive firms.
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Paul-Antoine Chevalier, Rémy Lecat, Nicholas Oulton. Convergence of firm-level productivity, globalisation and information technology: Evidence from France. Economics Letters, Elsevier, 2012, 116 (2), pp.244-246. ⟨halshs-01511100⟩

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