Manufacturing: 2004-2014 combined survey data (JEEA 2014)Download
Data from over 11,300 manufacturing firms across 34 countries. Most recent paper using this data: The New Empirical Economics of Management, Nicholas Bloom, Renata Lemos, Raffaella Sadun, Daniela Scur and John Van Reenen (2014)
Manufacturing: 2004-2010 combined survey data (AMP)Download
Data from over 10,000 organizations across 20 countries used in the Bloom, Genakos, Sadun and Van Reenen (2012) survey paper, Management practices across firms and countries
Manufacturing: 2006 survey data (JEP 2010)Download
Data from over 6,000 firms from 12 countries used in the Bloom and Van Reenen (2010) survey paper, Why do management practices differ across firms and countries?
Manufacturing: 2004 survey data (QJE 2007)Download
Data from over 700 firms from France, Germany, UK and US used in the Bloom and Van Reenen (2007) management paper, Measuring and Explaining Management Practices Across Firms and Countries.
Manufacturing: FFFW & 2004 survey dataDownload
Data from over 1800 high schools from the UK, Sweden, Canada, the US, Germany, Italy, Brazil and India used in the Bloom, Lemos, Sadun and Van Reenen (2015) paper, Are Family-Friendly Workplace Practices a Valuable Firm Resource?
Schools: 2008-2012 survey data (EJ 2014)Download
Data from over 450 firms from Germany, France, UK and US used in the Bloom, Kretschmer, and Van Reenen (2010) paper, Does Management Matter in Schools?