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1 101/1 經濟系 林亦珍 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysis , [101-1] :Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysis期刊論文Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysisLin, Yi-Chen; Huang, Tai-Hsin淡江大學經濟學系New York: Springer New York LLCJournal of Productivity Analysis 38(3), pp.285-302This paper examines the within-industry distributions of jobs created and destructed across plants in terms of technical efficiency, technical efficiency change, scale effect, and technical change. It further investigates how these distributions vary with economic activity. By applying the stochastic frontier analysis to plant-level longitudinal data on Taiwan’s 23 two-digit manufacturing industries spanning the period 1992–2003, we find that jobs created (destructed) are disproportionately clustered at plants with lower technical efficiency but higher rate of technical change. A fall in economic activities is associated with a statistically significant decrease (increase) in the fraction of newly created (destructed
2 101/1 經濟系 黃台心 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysis , [101-1] :Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysis期刊論文Creative destruction over the business cycle: a stochastic frontier analysisLin, Yi-Chen; Huang, Tai-Hsin淡江大學經濟學系New York: Springer New York LLCJournal of Productivity Analysis 38(3), pp.285-302This paper examines the within-industry distributions of jobs created and destructed across plants in terms of technical efficiency, technical efficiency change, scale effect, and technical change. It further investigates how these distributions vary with economic activity. By applying the stochastic frontier analysis to plant-level longitudinal data on Taiwan’s 23 two-digit manufacturing industries spanning the period 1992–2003, we find that jobs created (destructed) are disproportionately clustered at plants with lower technical efficiency but higher rate of technical change. A fall in economic activities is associated with a statistically significant decrease (increase) in the fraction of newly created (destructed
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