Explaining Productivity and Growth in Europe, America and Asia

Media Coverage

 

The 'Same Ol' is Actually Good Enough for Many >>>

The Wall Street Journal, September 8, 2008

 

The largest daily political newspaper in Greece (Ta NEA) published an article regarding a report by Christos Genakos on the CEP management practices work. The article appeared in a special issue 'open MBA' magazine. >>> Ta NEA (Greece), September 8, 2008

 

Does management matter? >>>

Livemint - Delhi, India, August 11, 2008

 

Im Gespräch:
CEP-Chef John van Reenen "Deutsche Manager sind..." >>>

wiwo.de, August 1, 2008

 

"Deutsche Manager sind sehr gut" >>>

Handelsblatt, June 29, 2008

 

Manager überschätzen sich selbst
Studie: "Heuschrecken" führen Firmen... >>>

Tagesspiegel, June 19, 2008

 

Chinesen und Inder sind schlechte Manager – noch >>>

Handelsblatt, June 2, 2008

 

Nick Bloom included among a listing of ten young academics in British universities, chosen for contributing enormously to their disciplines. >>>

Times Higher Education Supplement, May 29 2008

 

Viele asiatische Manager überschätzen sich >>>

DIE ZEIT, May 15, 2008 
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Article in Italian newspaper

presenting a chart taken from the management survey research carried out by Productivity and Innovation Programme at CEP.

La Republica (Italy) , 13 May, 2008

 

 

Publication:  ‘Work Life Balance: Management Practices and Productivity’
by Nick Bloom, Toby Kretschmer and John Van Reenen


A productivity prescription: how the US has pulled away from Europe and Japan

The Financial Times, 25 January 2006

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A happy medium is best in life matters

The Times, 19 January 2006

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Getting work-life balance can be an alien concept

Western Morning News (Plymouth), 19 January 2006

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The truth about work: where sport is, business will follow

The Daily Telegraph, 16 January 2006

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Work-life balance called into question

The Financial Times, 10 January 2006

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Big firms best at work balance

The Evening Standard, 10 January 2006

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What Democrats miss in Bushonomics

The Washington Post, 9 January 2006

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BBC Radio 3 Counties, 24 January 2006

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BBC World Service, 14 January 2006

 

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BBC World Service, 11 January 2006

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‘Bigger the Better’ for workers BBC News, 10 January 2006

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RTE Radio 1, 10 January 2006

American Public Radio, 10 January 2006

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Publication:  ‘It Ain’t What You Do It’s the Way that You Do I.T. - Testing Explanations of Productivity Growth Using U.S. Affiliates’
by Nick Bloom, Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen


A productivity prescription: how the US has pulled away from Europe and Japan

The Financial Times, 25 January 2006


UK productivity gap with US grows

The Financial Times, 17 January 2006

 

American companies show an edge in putting information to work

The New York Times, 12 January 2006


UK’s output lags in retail and financial services

The Times, 25 October 2005

 

US firms get more for their IT bucks

The Register online, 14 October 2005

 

IT’s business value endorsed

IT Week.com, 12 October 2005


It’s the way you do it

The Financial Times, 10 October 2005


Use of technology key to higher productivity

The Financial Times, 6 October 2005

 

US firms make better use of IT

IT Week.com, 6 October 2005

 


Publication:  ‘Management Practices Across Firms and Nations’
by Nick Bloom, Stephen Dorgan, John Dowdy, Tom Rippin and John Van Reenen


So much to learn from continental neighbours

The Times, 29 November 2005

 

Why bad managers do matter

Newsweek, 31 October 2005

 

Time to pay attention to management succession

The Financial Times, 15 September 2005


British productivity still lagging behind output of American and French workers

The Guardian, 13 September 2005

 

David Brent-style managers ‘Have widened UK productivity gap with US’

The Independent, 8 September 2005


The age of the Euro customer

The Observer, 26 June 2005

 

Good Week…

The Times, 23 June 2005

 

Manufacturing:  UK bosses are worst in Europe says study

Birmingham Post, 16 June 2005

 

UK manufacturing firms held back by poor management – study

AFX International Focus, 15 June 2005

 

A question of management

The Economist, 9 June 2005