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The effects of privatization and consolidation on bank productivity: comparative evidence from Italy and Germany

Fiorentino, Elisabetta; Vincenzo, Alessio De; Heid, Frank; Karmann, Alexander; Koetter, Michael

The Italian and German banking systems shared similar characteristics early in the 1990s but have evolved in different directions since then: Italy privatized its publicly-owned banks while Germany has maintained a large share of state-owned savings banks. Contemporaneously, banks in both markets en...

DRIVER (German)

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The effects of liberalization and deregulation on the performance of financial institutions: The case of the German life insurance market

Trigo Gamarra, Lucinda

The German insurance market was liberalized in 1994 by the introduction of the 'single passport' allowing European insurers to operate throughout the entire European Union. The European directive put also an end to price and insurance contract terms regulation. These measures were meant for removing...

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Profile-based circumstances for productivity measurement

Sujitwanit, Supattra; Anussornnitisarn, Pornthep; Phusavat, Kongkiti
2009-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Productivity and Specificity in Factor Inputs

Bartelsman, E. J.; Centre for Economic Growth (CCSO); CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
2000-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Intra-sectoral structural change and aggregate productivity development: a robust stochastic nonparametric frontier function approach

Krüger, Jens J.

This paper investigates the sources of total factor productivity growth in the German manufacturing sector, 1981-1998. Decomposition formulae for aggregate productivity growth are used to identify the effects of structural change and entry-exit on aggregate productivity growth. Documented is a subst...

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Exports versus FDI in German manufacturing: firm performance and participation in international markets

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper tests some of the predictions of recent advances in trade theory that have focused on different trade patterns of firms within the same sector. Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple (2005) develop a model in which innate productivity differences between firms determine the degree of international en...

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Exports versus FDI in German Manufacturing: Firm Performance and Participation in International Markets

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper tests some of the predictions of recent advances in trade theory that have focused on different trade patterns of firms within the same sector. Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple (2005) develop a model in which innate productivity differences between firms determine the degree of international en...

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Export Behavior and Firm Productivity in German Manufacturing: A Firm-level Analysis

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper analyses the relationship between firm productivity and export behavior in German manufacturing firms. We examine whether productivity increases the probability of exporting, and assert that there is a causal relationship from high productivity to entering foreign markets, as postulated b...

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Do Corporate Control and Product Market Competition Lead to Stronger Productivity Growth? Evidence from Market-Oriented and Blockholder-Based Governance Regimes

Koke, J.; Renneboog, L.D.R.

This study investigates the impact of corporate governance and product market competition on total factor productivity growth for two large samples of German and UK firms. In poorly performing UK firms, the presence of strong outside blockholders lead to substantial increases in productivity. Contra...

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Determinants of Business Cycles in Small Scale Macroeconomic Models: The German Case

Maussner, Alfred; Spatz, Julius

We identify measures of shocks to total factor productivity and preferences from two real business cycle models and subject them to Granger causality tests to see whether they can be considered exogenous to other plausible sources of the German business cycle. For the period 60.i to 89.iv no variabl...

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Cyclical adjustment, capital-labor substitution and total factor productivity convergence - East Germany after unification

Smolny, Werner

Despite rapid economic integration and massive help from the Federal Government East German productivity catching up faded out in the nineties. This paper presents panel-data estimates of the productivity adjustment based on a production function framework and a stylized adjustment model of the econ...

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