Raising EU Productivity: Lessons from Improved Micro Data
The goal of MICROPROD is to contribute to a greater understanding of the challenges brought about in Europe by the fourth industrial revolution and the associated ‘productivity puzzle’ in a context of globalisation and digitisation, and to provide alternative policy options to better address these challenges.
Thereby the group takes a holistic view of the productivity puzzle, with the aim of understanding the microeconomic drivers behind it, as well as its macroeconomic implications for growth and cohesion in the European Union.
IWH press release on the occasion of the project's announcement.
Project's results in brief on EU-CORDIS
- Funding Institution: European Commission (Horizon 2020)
- Funding Period: 2019-2021
- Coordinator: IWH
- Project Partners: Bruegel Institute of Economics, Free University Amsterdam, Aarhus University, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Federal Statistical Office of Germany, Bocconi University, Paris School of Economics, University College London
- Research Group: Innovation, Productivity, and Economic Dynamics
- Department: Structural Change and Productivity
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 822390.