Bio

Chiara holds a PhD in economics from University College London.

Her main interests are applied labour and industrial economics.

Publications

"Foreign affiliates in OECD economies: presence, performance and contribution to host countries growth"; OECD Economic Studies, 41, 2005(2), pp109-139

Import Competition, Productivity, and Restructuring in UK Manufacturing; (with Jonathan Haskel and Ralf Martin) Oxford Review of Economic Policy Volume 20, Issue 3, 2004.

Global engagement and the innovation activities of firms; (with Jonathan Haskel and Matthew J. Slaughter); NBER Working paper, 11479.

Building the evidence base for productivity policy using business data linking; (with Jonathan Haskel and Ralf Martin) Economic Trends, November 2003.

E-commerce and Productivity; (with Kathryn Waldron) Economic Trends, November 2003.

Electronic Commerce and Business Change; (with Tony Clayton) Economic Trends, June 2002.

Chapters in Books

The contribution of foreign affiliates to productivity growth: evidence from OECD countries; in Yearbook on Productivity 2005, Statistics Sweden.

Enterprise e-commerce; measurement and impact; (with Tony Clayton, Peter Goodridge and Kathryn Waldron, ONS) in the OECD proceedings volume on: the economic impacts of ICT; measurement, evidence and policy implications 2004

Working papers

Productivity Growth; Knowledge Flows and Spillovers (with Gustavo Crespi; Jonathan Haskel and Matthew Slaughter)

Information Technology, Organisational Change and Productivity growth: evidence from UK firms; (with Gustavo Crespi and Jonathan Haskel), Queen Mary Department of Economics Working paper, No 558.

Productivity, Exporting and the Learning-by-Exporting Hypothesis: Direct Evidence from UK Firms; (with Gustavo Crespi and Jonathan Haskel), CEP Discussion Paper, No 726

The contribution of foreign affiliates to productivity growth: evidence from OECD countries; STI Working Paper 2005/8

Multinationals and the US productivity leadership: evidence from Britain; (with Ralf Martin) CEP Discussion paper No 672

Innovation and Productivity growth in the UK: evidence from CIS2 and CIS3; (with Jonathan Haskel) Ceriba Working Paper, 2003.

Innovations, productivity growth and government policy: first results from the matched CIS/ARD data set; with Jonathan Haskel mimeo, June 2002.

Employer Size Wage Effect: a critical review and econometric analysis; Quaderni del dipartimento di Economia Politica, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Siena, n.277, Gennaio 2000.

Work in Progress

Offshoring of services and productivity: evidence from new microdata, mimeo.

Product and Process innovation, do they matter for productivity growth?; mimeo.

Are financial institutions good for productivity?, mimeo.

Embeddedness and survival of foreign subsidiaries in the UK; (with Paola Criscuolo)

Where and how do UK Multinationals Invest?, (with Ralf Martin)

How much does global size matter for the Multinationals productivity advantage; (with Ralf Martin and Mirabelle Muuls)

Organisation of Conferences and Workshops

September 2006: Special session on globalization, CAED conference, Chicago (joint with Dirk Pilat)

November 2005: Workshop on the Globalisation of Production: Impacts on Employment, Productivity and Economic Growth;, OECD, Paris (joint with Dirk Pilat)

September 2005: Special session on Offshoring CAED conference, Cardiff.

Selected seminars and conferences

2006

Comment to “The Mystery of Economic Growth” by Elhanan Helpman and presentation on Sweden’s productivity performance in an international perspective; SNS; Swedish Centre for Business and Policy Studies Stockholm, November 20.

Productivity, Exporting and the Learning-by-Exporting Hypothesis: Direct Evidence from UK Firms; ONS, London.

Offshoring of services and productivity: evidence from new microdata; CEPR pre-ISIT conference, Stockholm. CEP annual conference, Cambridge; CAED Conference Chicago.

Information Technology, Organisational Change and Productivity growth: evidence from UK firms; Royal Economic Society, Nottingham and WZB Berlin.

Lisbon - an Agenda Going Nowhere?; Chatham House, London.

2005

Incentivising innovation; IPPR, London.

Workshop on Foreign Ownership, Innovation and Diffusion; organized by NIFU STEP, Norway.

Impacts and determinants of innovation: evidence from the Community Innovation Survey; OECD.

Workshop on the Globalisation of Production: Impacts on Employment, Productivity and Economic Growth;OECD.

Conference on Productivity and Economic growth; Statistics Sweden. Comparative Analysis of Enterprise (Micro) Data; (CAED) Conference Cardiff.

The economic Impact of ICT: firms, industries and the macroeconomy; London Business School;

Determinants of Productivity Revivals; Bank of Finland

Investimenti diretti esteri, commercio internazionale e competitivitÓ; University of Urbino

2004

NBER Summer Institute, Boston;

Understanding productivity differences across sectors, firms and countries;

CEPR, fourth workshop of the Specialization vs Diversification.

2003

Workshop on Multinationals and Productivity Growth; OECD, PARIS.

18th annual Congress of the European Economic Association; STOCKHOLM.

Modeling Innovation: A CIS User Group Conference; DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY, LONDON.

The Royal Economic Society Annual Conference; UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK.

Workshop on Empirical Economics of Innovation and Patenting; CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN ECONOMIC RESEARCH ZEW, MANHEIM.

2002

Workshop on Productivity; ONS, LONDON.

Workshop on ICT and Business Performance; OECD, PARIS.

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Position Research Fellow and British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow; Centre for Economic Performance; London School of Economics
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