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Renata Lemos
Renata Lemos
Senior Economist, World Bank
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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
4352014
The new empirical economics of management
J Van Reenen, N Bloom, R Sadun, R Lemos, D Scur
435*2014
Does management matter in schools?
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, J Van Reenen
The Economic Journal 125 (584), 647-674, 2015
4182015
Managing the family firm: evidence from CEOs at work
O Bandiera, R Lemos, A Prat, R Sadun
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (5), 1605-1653, 2018
1062018
International data on measuring management practices
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, D Scur, J Van Reenen
American Economic Review 106 (5), 152-56, 2016
752016
Healthy business? Managerial education and management in healthcare
N Bloom, R Lemos, R Sadun, J Van Reenen
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2017
572017
Developing management: An expanded evaluation tool for developing countries
R Lemos, D Scur
RISE Work-ing Paper 16 (007), 2016
542016
The World Management Survey at 18: lessons and the way forward
D Scur, R Sadun, J Van Reenen, R Lemos, N Bloom
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
252021
Measuring and Explaining Management in Schools: New Approaches Using Public Data
C Leaver, R Lemos, D Scur
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP14069, 2019
252019
Personnel management and school productivity: Evidence from india
R Lemos, K Muralidharan, D Scur
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
222021
All in the family? CEO choice and firm organization
R Lemos, D Scur
Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political …, 2018
222018
Constraints on developing UK management practices
N Bloom, R Lemos, M Qi, R Sadun, J Van Reenen
BIS Research Paper 58, 2011
192011
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
17*2013
Could poor management be holding back development
R Lemos, D Scur
Working paper, International Growth Centre, 2012
172012
The ties that bind: implicit contracts and management practices in family-run firms
R Lemos, D Scur
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP13794, 2019
11*2019
Management in Pakistan: first evidence from Punjab
R Lemos, A Choudhary, J Van Reenen, N Bloom
Journal Article, 2019
102019
Management Practices in Manufacturing in Mozambique
R Lemos, D Scur
London School of Economics and University of Oxford, 2014
82014
The ties that bind: implicit contracts and the adoption of management technology in the firm
R Lemos, D Scur
CEPR Discussion Paper, 2019
72019
CSAE Working Paper WPS/2016-29
R Lemos, D Scur
7*2016
A snapshot of mid-sized firms in Africa, Asia and Latin America
R Lemos, D Scur
LSE mimeo, 2015
72015
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