The size distribution of all Cambodian establishments
This paper presents empirical evidence on the size distribution of all Cambodian establishments in the nonfarm sector for 2009. Small- and large-scale establishments account for the largest share of employment, pointing to a â€œmissing middleâ€ that is commonly observed in developing countries. The analysis provides little evidence for Zipfâ€™s law because Cambodian industry is characterized by a more dense mass of small establishments than the Zipf distribution would predict.
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|Publication status:||Published in IDE Discussion Paper. No. 253. 2010.9|
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