EC publishes new issue of review on economics of R&I literature
The European Commission (EC), DG Research and Innovation, has published the latest issue of its review of academic literature on the economics of Research & Innovation (R&I). Such a review will be published on a quarterly basis from now on.
The current issue includes reviews of the following topics:
- Financing innovation: evidence from R&D grants
- The location of multinational firms' R&D activities abroad: host country university research, university-industry collaboration, and R&D heterogeneity
- Spillovers from R&D and other intangible investment: evidence from UK industries
- Innovation and employment growth in Japan: analysis based on microdata from the basic survey of Japanese business structure and activities
- The role of science parks: a puzzle of growth, innovation and R&D investments
- What promotes R&D? Comparative evidence from around the world
- Persistent heterogeneity of R&D intensities within sectors: evidence and policy implications
- The walking dead? Zombie firms and productivity performance in OECD countries
- Estimating dynamic R&D choice: an analysis of costs and long‐run benefits
- Does intellectual capital allow improving innovation performance? A quantitative analysis in the SME context
The current issue can be downloaded below.
For downloading previous issues of the review, please click here.