Lucia Foster
Lucia Foster
Chief Economist and Chief of the Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau
Verified email at census.gov
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Reallocation, firm turnover, and efficiency: Selection on productivity or profitability?
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, C Syverson
American Economic Review 98 (1), 394-425, 2008
22702008
Aggregate productivity growth: lessons from microeconomic evidence
L Foster, JC Haltiwanger, CJ Krizan
New developments in productivity analysis, 303-372, 2001
18602001
Market selection, reallocation, and restructuring in the US retail trade sector in the 1990s
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, CJ Krizan
The Review of Economics and Statistics 88 (4), 748-758, 2006
6332006
Wage and productivity dispersion in United States manufacturing: The role of computer investment
T Dunne, L Foster, J Haltiwanger, KR Troske
Journal of Labor Economics 22 (2), 397-429, 2004
4412004
The slow growth of new plants: Learning about demand?
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, C Syverson
Economica 83 (329), 91-129, 2016
3522016
The link between aggregate and micro productivity growth: Evidence from retail trade
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, CJ Krizan
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2002
3262002
Reallocation in the great recession: cleansing or not?
L Foster, C Grim, J Haltiwanger
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (S1), S293-S331, 2016
3032016
What drives differences in management?
N Bloom, E Brynjolfsson, L Foster, RS Jarmin, M Patnaik, I Saporta-Eksten, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2017
1272017
What drives differences in management practices?
N Bloom, E Brynjolfsson, L Foster, R Jarmin, M Patnaik, I Saporta-Eksten, ...
American Economic Review 109 (5), 1648-83, 2019
1092019
Management in America
N Bloom, E Brynjolfsson, L Foster, R Jarmin, I Saporta-Eksten, ...
Center for Economic Studies Working Paper, 2013
842013
Firm-level dispersion in productivity: is the devil in the details?
L Foster, C Grim, J Haltiwanger, Z Wolf
American Economic Review 106 (5), 95-98, 2016
532016
Macro and micro dynamics of productivity: from devilish details to insights
LS Foster, CA Grim, J Haltiwanger, Z Wolf
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2017
392017
Innovation, productivity dispersion, and productivity growth
L Foster, C Grim, JC Haltiwanger, Z Wolf
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
302018
Gross job flows for the US Manufacturing sector: Measurement from the Longitudinal Research Database
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, N Kim
Center for Economic Studies, US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 2006
282006
The evolution of national retail chains: how we got here
L Foster, J Haltiwanger, S Klimek, CJ Krizan, S Ohlmacher
Handbook on the Economics of Retailing and Distribution, 2016
252016
Aggregate productivity growth: lessons from microeconomic evidence
CJ Krizan, L Foster, J Haltiwanger
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998
251998
Customer‐employee substitution: Evidence from gasoline stations
E Basker, L Foster, S Klimek
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 26 (4), 876-896, 2017
24*2017
Business-level expectations and uncertainty
N Bloom, SJ Davis, L Foster, B Lucking, S Ohlmacher, I Saporta Eksten
Available at SSRN 3085377, 2017
222017
The management and organizational practices survey (MOPS): An overview 1
C Buffington, L Foster, R Jarmin, S Ohlmacher
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 42 (1), 1-26, 2017
222017
Characteristics of the Top R&D Performing Firms in the US: Evidence from the Survey of Industrial R&D
L Foster, C Grim
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-10-33, 2010
192010
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