Daniela Scur

Daniela Scur is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford, and a Project Director for the World Management Survey at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics. She has a Honours BA and Masters degree in Economics from the University of Toronto. Daniela has been involved with the WMS since 2008, and has led survey waves in Canada, Chile, India, and most recently the multi-country survey for Latin America and Africa in London. Her research focuses on emerging and developing countries, and the effect of quality of management practices on labour market dynamics and productivity. Her other interests include education and productivity, health and productivity and firm organization and ownership.

Researcher's Grant Projects

By collecting new firm-level data from nine countries across Africa and Asia, this project evaluates the impact of the ownership and control structures of firms on their management practices and performance.
Researchers: Daniela Scur, Renata Lemos
Grants Round: Special ERG - PhD #3
These researchers use their existing in-depth survey methodology to collect extensive management data on three African countries and Brazil and investigate differences in management practices and productivity across firms and countries.
Researchers: Nick Bloom, John Van Reenen, Renata Lemos, Raffaella Sadun, Daniela Scur
Grants Round: 1st MRG Round
Country: Multiple