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Industrial competition, shifts in market share and productivity growth

Baldwin, John R.

Industrial competition, shifts in market share and productivity growth

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Published by Statistics Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial productivity -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • Labor productivity -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • Labor turnover -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • Market share -- Canada -- Statistics.,
  • International trade -- Statistics.,
  • Competition -- Statistics.,
  • Competition, International -- Statistics.,
  • Industrial organization (Economic theory) -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John R. Baldwin and Wulong Gu.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesEconomic analysis research paper series -- no. 021
    ContributionsGu, Wulong, 1964-, Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Analysis Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19963405M

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Industrial Competition, Shifts in Market Share and Productivity Growth by John R. Baldwin and Wulong Gu Micro-economic Analysis Division 18th Floor, R.H. Coats Building, Ottawa, K1A 0T6 Telephone: 1 This paper represents the views of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Statistics by: Request PDF | Industrial Competition, Shifts in Market Share and Productivity Growth | This paper investigates the extent to which productivity growth is the result of firm turnover as output is.

This paper investigates the extent to which productivity growth is the result of turnover - the process that shifts output from one firm to another as a result of the competitive process. Turnover occurs because some firms gain market share and others lose it. Some turnover is due to entry and by: Get this from a library.

Industrial competition, shifts in market share and productivity growth. [John R Baldwin; Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Analysis Division.] -- This paper proposes a method for measuring the impact of plant turnover on productivity growth and outlines how this contribution has changed in Canada as a result of substantial trade liberalization.

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In a slow growth market, companies can only grow by capturing market share from each other, which leads to increased competition. High fixed or storage costs High fixed costs create pressure for all companies to fill capacity, thus leading to price cutting when there is excess capacity.

Industrial Growth and Competition K. Simons, 52 That is, the firm’s profit equals its price times the number of units it produces, minus its per-unit cost times the number of units it produces, minus the amount of money it spends on research.

productivity growth. 13 The results s uggest that market-share shifts among incumbents should m ake a positive contribution t o aggregate labou r productivity. Ac cording to our deco mposition. Figs. 2 display average annual labour productivity growth rates in Italy's old and new industries, in four sub-periods, for both new and old industries.

8 Over the whole – period, total industrial productivity grew on average at a rate of approximately % per by: 9. Jianbai Huang et al. • Industry regulation, competition, and the dynamics of productivity Zb. rad.

Ekon. fak. Rij. • • vol. 33 • sv. 2 • 2. Literature review Theoretical and empirical research has extensively pointed out that market competition is an important force in the promotion of TFP growth at the corporate. A classic question in industrial organization is whether competition raises productivity and if so, through what mechanism.

I discuss recent empirical evidence from both large-scale databases and specific industries which suggests that tougher competition does indeed raise productivity and one of the main mechanisms is through improving management by: Downloadable (with restrictions).

The economic slowdown in the 70s in Latin America and Japan in the late 90s, generated a growing skepticism about the role of industrial policy in the process of economic development. Yet, new considerations have emerged over the recent period, which invite us to revisit the issue.

This paper argues that sectoral state aids tend to foster productivity. The industrial PC market was valued at USD billion in and is expected to grow at a CAGR of % to reach USD billion by The base year considered for the study is and the forecast period is between and Microsofts' competitors and its Market Share by Server Platforms, Home & Entertainment, Other, Total, Windows, Business Division, Online Services Division, DC Licensing, DC Hardware, DC Other, Commercial Licensing, Commercial Other, Computing and Gaming Hardware, Phone Hardware, Productivity Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud, More Personal Computing segment - CSIMarket.

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increase in the level of labour productivity and TFP is due to growth within incumbent firms or shifts in market share to existing higher productivity firms. Industrial communication market has grown at an exponential rate in the past few years due to increasing adoption of industrial internet of things (IIoT).

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