Replication Files for "Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from India" 2017
We revisited Indian weaving firms nine years after a randomized experiment that changed their management practices. While about half of the practices adopted in the original experimental plants had been dropped, there was still a large and significant gap in practices between the treatment and control plants, suggesting lasting impacts of effective management interventions. Few practices had spread across the firms in the study, but many had spread within firms. Managerial turnover and the lack of director time were two of the most cited reasons for the drop in management practices, highlighting the importance of key employees.
Kind of data
Sample survey data [ssd]
Unit of analysis
Producers and sponsors
The study is based on a sample of textile plants in India. For a full description of the sampling methodology, please refer to the research paper: Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from India", American Economic Journal.
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Bloom, Nicolas, Aprajit Mahajan, David McKenzie, and John Roberts. "Do Management Interventions Last? Evidence from India" 2017. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, forthcoming. Ref: IND_2008-2017_MIIE_v01_M. Data downloaded from [url] on [date]
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