Using the data available as of June 2021, this preliminary presentation offers a first look at the indicators and new sample years that will be available in the 8th Vintage of the CompNet database.
November 19-21, 2021
Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra (Portugal)
Keynote by Nicholas Bloom (Stanford University) and John T. Addison (University of South Carolina)
Sponsered by CompNet
One year into the pandemic, Bruegel Deputy Director Maria Demertzis speaks with professors Steffen Müller, Filippo di Mauro, and Carlo Altomonte about whether or not fiscal policy has been successful throughout the pandemic, and how governments can deftly adapt their measures to revitalize their economies as more people across Europe receive COVID-19 vaccinations.
Listen to the Podcast
2nd FINPRO conference hosted by IWH at the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina in Halle (Saale) on December 2/3, 2021
Submit your paper to FINPRO@iwh-halle.de by August 15, 2021
Information of the most recent events and efforts of the network.
14. - 15. October 2021
Jointly organised by CompNet & Banque de France
The new CompNet 7th vintage Dataset is now available!
The ComProd Monitor is a comprehensive dataset of innovative and traditional indicators of competitiveness and productivity.
Click here for a brief description.
How ComProd can be used for competitiveness analysis can be found in this paper here
The dataset of the available indicator of ComProd can be downloaded in .zip format by clicking here
In the recovery from Covid-19 we urgently need to boost productivity. But which policies move the needle? Filippo di Mauro tells Tim Phillips about what CompNet's firm-level productivity data tells us about both the problem and the solution.
The Competitiveness Research Network (CompNet) provides a forum for high level research and policy analysis in the areas of competitiveness and productivity. Its main activities include the regular updating of its micro-based competitiveness dataset for European countries, unprecedented in terms of coverage and cross-country comparability.