David C. Maré, Dave Maré
Migration and firm-level productivity
Migration is an important element in the functioning of the world economy. As well as alleviating domestic labour shortages, migrant workers bring new knowledge and skills which can boost the productivity of the firms they work in. This paper examines how migrants contribute to productivity...
Accounting for social difference when measuring cultural diversity
This paper introduces a measure of cultural diversity that takes ‘social difference’ between country of birth and ethnic groups into account.
Who benefits from firm success? Heterogeneous rent-sharing in New Zealand
The authors of this paper continue their examination of inclusive growth at the firm level by examining heterogeneity in rent sharing in New Zealand using linked employer-employee data.
Do workers share in firm success?
This document reports on the extent to which firm financial performance is passed on to workers in the form of higher wages and the degree to which this pass-through has changed over the period 2002-2018.
Do workers share in firm success? Pass-through estimates for New Zealand
This document studies the extent to which firm financial performance is passed on to workers in the form of higher wages and the degree to which this pass-through has changed over the period 2002-2018.