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2010, No. 7 (Posted 2010-03-16)

Why Income Per Worker Differs Worldwide

by Riccardo DiCecio

A higher entry cost distorts the industry structure and the allocation of productive factors across firms, which results in lower total factor productivity and output per worker.

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