About Deborah WinklerDeborah Winkler is the Principal of Global Economic Policy, LLC, and a senior consultant to international organizations. Her work focuses on various aspects of international trade and their welfare effects.
Productivity spillovers from services firms in low- and middle-income countries: What is the role of firm characteristics and services liberalization?
By Deborah Winkler. Posted November 14, 2018
It has been widely acknowledged that services play an important role for other industries, in particular manufacturing. A study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) finds that services represent at least 30% of the value added in manufacturing exports (OECD 2014). Another study by the World Bank suggests that countries with a higher services content in their downstream economies are also those producing more complex goods (Saez et al. 2015).
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