Daniela Scur
Daniela Scur
Assistant Professor, Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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JEEA‐FBBVA LECTURE 2013: THE NEW EMPIRICAL ECONOMICS OF MANAGEMENT
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, D Scur, J Van Reenen
Journal of the European Economic Association 12 (4), 835-876, 2014
3302014
International Data on Measuring Management Practices
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, D Scur, J Van Reenen, PD C8
Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, 2016
502016
Developing Management: an expanded evaluation tool for developing countries
R Lemos, D Scur
http://www.riseprogramme.org/sites/www.riseprogramme.org/files/RISE_WP …, 2016
402016
The ties that bind: implicit contracts and management practices in family-run firms
R Lemos, D Scur
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP13794, 2019
31*2019
Preserving job matches during the COVID-19 pandemic: firm-level evidence on the role of government aid
M Bennedsen, B Larsen, I Schmutte, D Scur
122020
Could poor management be holding back development? Describing practices in the public and private sectors in India
R Lemos, D Scur
IGC Working Paper, 2013
12*2013
Building a productive workforce: the role of structured management
C Cornwell, IM Schmutte, D Scur
CEPR Discussion Papers, 2019
10*2019
Personnel Management and School Productivity: Evidence from India
R Lemos, K Muralidharan, D Scur
Empirical Management Conference: World Bank, 2017
52017
A snapshot of mid-sized firms in Africa, Asia and Latin America
R Lemos, D Scur
LSE mimeo, 2015
52015
Todo se queda en familia: Propiedad y prácticas de gestión en firmas de Latinoamérica
R Lemos, D Scur
5*2013
Measuring and Explaining Management in Schools: New Approaches Using Public Data. CEP Discussion Paper No. 1656.
C Leaver, R Lemos, D Scur
Centre for Economic Performance, 2019
3*2019
Organization matters: the causes and consequences of organizational choices in the private and public sectors
DD Scur
University of Oxford, 2017
22017
Structured management: how firms can hire and keep the best people
C Cornwell, IM Schmutte, D Scur
CentrePiece-The Magazine for Economic Performance, 2019
2019
Family firms: the problem of second-generation bosses
R Lemos, D Scur
CentrePiece-The Magazine for Economic Performance, 2018
2018
Second-generation family CEOs: are they up to the task?
D Scur
LSE Business Review, 2018
2018
PEDL Insight: Management and productivity in the private sector
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, D Scur, J Van Reenen
2016
Bad management: a constraint on economic development?
R Lemos, D Scur
Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, 2013
2013
The capacity to be aggressive: structured management and profit shifting practices in the firm
K Bilicka, D Scur
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