Estimating Firm-Level Productivity in Differentiated Product Industries

  title={Estimating Firm-Level Productivity in Differentiated Product Industries},
  author={Marc J. Melitz},
  • Marc J. Melitz
  • Published 2000
* I would like to thank Susanto Basu for many helpful discussions. As usual, no responsibility for errors or other problems should be inferred. 
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