This paper investigates the dynamics of productivity experienced by firms that start to exporting. The effect of entering into international markets is disentangled by the self-selection component and its empirical distribution is evaluated. Results show that the impact on productivity of moving from the status of non-exporter to the status of exporter is different at different sections of the productivity distribution.

Learning-by-Exporting and Productivity: Evidences from a Panel of Manufacturing Firms

FERRANTE, MARIA;FREO, MARZIA;
2016

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This paper investigates the dynamics of productivity experienced by firms that start to exporting. The effect of entering into international markets is disentangled by the self-selection component and its empirical distribution is evaluated. Results show that the impact on productivity of moving from the status of non-exporter to the status of exporter is different at different sections of the productivity distribution.
Topics in Theoretical and Applied Statistics
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Ferrante, Maria Rosaria; Freo, Marzia; Viviani, Alessandro
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