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High-growth firms : facts, fiction, and policy options for emerging economies

Auteur : Arti Grover Goswami; Denis Medvedev; Ellen Olafsen
Éditeur: Washington, DC : World Bank Group, [2019] ©2019
Édition/format:   Livre électronique : Document : Publication gouvernementale internationale : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Remarkably, a small fraction of firms account for most of the job and output creation in high-income and developing countries alike. Does this imply that the path to enabling more economic dynamism lies in selectively targeting high-potential firms? Or would pursuing broad-based reforms that minimize distortions be more effective? Inspired by these questions, this book presents new evidence on the incidence,  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: Electronic books
Format – détails additionnels: (OCoLC)1057306258
Type d’ouvrage: Document, Publication gouvernementale, Publication gouvernementale internationale, Ressource Internet
Type de document: Ressource Internet, Fichier d'ordinateur
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Arti Grover Goswami; Denis Medvedev; Ellen Olafsen
ISBN: 9781464813702 1464813701
Numéro OCLC: 1088407457
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 165 pages) : color illustrations, color maps
Contenu: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Executive Summary; 1. The Appeal of High Growth; Definitions; Incidence; Job and Output Creation: The "80/20" Rule; Linkages and Spillovers; Annex 1A; Notes; References; 2. Facets of High-Growth Events; Size and Age; Sector and Location; Firms and Episodes; Annex 2A; Notes; References; 3. What Makes for High Growth?; Productivity; Innovation; Agglomeration and Firm Networks; Managerial Capabilities and Worker Skills; Global Linkages; Financial Development; Annex 3A; Notes; References 4. Searching for WinnersPrograms and Instruments to Support Firm Growth; Selection of Beneficiaries; Toward an Evidence-Based Approach to Supporting High Firm Growth; Annex 4A; Notes; References; List of Background Papers; Boxes; 1.1 National Firm Data versus Enterprise Surveys; 2.1 Firm Organization and High Growth; 3.1 Theories of Firm Growth; 3.2 Productivity and Demand over the Firm's Life Cycle; 3.3 Firms in Focus: Chaldal, Bangladesh; 3.4 Firms in Focus: Rappi, Colombia; 3.5 Firms in Focus: Beijing Genomics Institute, China; 3.6 Identifying Firm Leaders 3.7 Firms in Focus: AAA Growers, Kenya3.8 Firms in Focus: Hi-Tech Gears, India; 4.1 Communities, Networks, and Ecosystems; 4.2 National Programs to Support High Firm Growth in Mexico and South Africa; 4.3 Public Facilitation of Equity Finance; 4.4 Endeavor's Selection Process; 4.5 Measuring Cognitive Abilities; 4.6 Competitiveness Policy Evaluation Lab (ComPEL); 4.7 Cross-Border Incubation and Acceleration Initiatives; 4.8 Science, Technology, and Innovation Public Expenditure Reviews; Figures; ES. 1 Country Coverage of the Book; 1.1 Incidence of High Growth B1.1.1 HGF Incidence in National Data Sets and Enterprise Surveys1.2 HGF Incidence and Per Capita Income; 1.3 HGF Incidence and Industry Concentration or Growth; 1.4 HGFs Contribute Disproportionately to Employment Growth; 1.5 HGF Contributions to Employment Growth in Brazil and Mexico; 1.6 HGFs Account for the Majority of Growth in Sales; 1.7 Buying from or Supplying to HGFs Improves Firm Performance in Hungary; 2.1 HGFs Are More Likely to Be Young; 2.2 Most HGFs in Indonesia Are Medium-to-Large Firms; 2.3 HGFs Tend to Be Larger than Other Firms 2.4 HGFs in Turkey Are More Likely to Be Larger than Other Firms2.5 Large HGFs in Indonesia Create a Disproportionately Greater Number of Jobs; 2.6 HGFs in Hungary Are More Common in Knowledge-Intensive Sectors; 2.7 HGFs Are Found in High-Tech and Low-Tech Industries Alike; 2.8 HGFs in Indonesia Are More Common in High-Tech Manufacturing but also in Some Low-Tech; 2.9 More Entrepreneurship Translates into More HGFs across Brazilian States; 2.10 HGFs Are More Common in the North of Mexico and in Large Cities; 2.11 Reforms Increased the Concentration of HGFs in Ethiopia's Capital City
Responsabilité: Arti Grover Goswami, Denis Medvedev, and Ellen Olafsen.

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Remarkably, a small fraction of firms account for most of the job and output creation in high-income and developing countries alike. Does this imply that the path to enabling more economic dynamism lies in selectively targeting high-potential firms? Or would pursuing broad-based reforms that minimize distortions be more effective? Inspired by these questions, this book presents new evidence on the incidence, characteristics, and drivers of high-growth firms based on in-depth studies of firm dynamics in Brazil, Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Tunisia, and Turkey. Its findings reveal that high-growth firms are not only powerful engines of job and output growth but also create positive spillovers for other businesses along the value chain. At the same time, the book debunks several myths about policies to support firm dynamism that focus on outward characteristics, such as firm size, sector, location, or past performance. Its findings show that most firms struggle to sustain rapid rates of expansion and that the relationship between high growth and productivity is often weak. Consequently, the book calls for a shift toward policies that improve the quality of firm growth by supporting innovation, managerial skills, and firms' ability to leverage global linkages and agglomeration. To help policy makers structure policies that support firm growth, the book proposes a new ABC framework of growth entrepreneurship: improving Allocative efficiency, encouraging Business-to-business spillovers, and strengthening firm Capabilities. This book is the third volume of the World Bank Productivity Project, which seeks to bring frontier thinking on the measurement and determinants of productivity to global policy makers.

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