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Private Sector Development Agenda in DIME

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• Stylized facts:
1. 2. The determinants of firms’ productivity are well documented Firms of different sizes and sectors hesitate to adopt new technologies despite the high private the adoption could generate
The Agenda
1. Firms’ Capabilities
• The puzzle: why firms do not adopt basic (existing!) technologies?
➢ New technology: improvements in input-specific productivity (e.g. labor) and/or changes in the way goods and services are produced ➢ Women even less likely to adopt some technologies (sector biased, management style, cognitive load?)
1) Market frictions: missing mkts (e.g. credit, capital, high quality consulting services), and asymmetric info (e.g. lack of trust) 2) Problems with firms themselves: organizational barriers, lack of information, lack of skills/experience, and behavioral biases
The Agenda
1. Firms’ Capabilities
Proof of concept vs. policy relevance
Program design: scale vs. intensity Targeting:
Expected impacts: how to identify firms that will benefit most from the interventions?
Distortionary/equilibrium effects
Misallocation or ‘bad’ equilibrium?
Crosscutting issues
Some highlights of IEs looking at supply-side constraints
• Upgrading in managerial skills of micro and small formal firms • Training programs in medium-size firms to overcome issues with labor market frictions (e.g. lack of skills and asymmetric info) • Training programs to help small firms adopt digital technologies to expand access to mkts
The Agenda
2. Firms’ Opportunities
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Title Private Sector Development Agenda in DIME
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Material Type Proceeding
Author(English)

Piza, Caio

Publisher

KDI School; World Bank DIME

Date 2020-10
Event KDI school - World bank DIME conference on impact evaluation in governance and finance
Series Title; No KDI School-World Bank DIME Conference on Impact Evaluation in Governance and Finance
Pages 21
Subject Country Brazil(Americas)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Entrepreneurship
Government and Law < Governance
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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