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Corporate R&D intensity decomposition - Theoretical, empirical and policy issues

Corporate R&D intensity decomposition - Theoretical, empirical and policy issues

Research and development (R&D) indicators are increasingly used not only to facilitate international comparisons, but also as targets for policies stimulating research. An example of such an indicator...

Patents as Quality Signals - The Implications for Financing Constraints on R&D

Patents as Quality Signals - The Implications for Financing Constraints on R&D

Information about the success of a new technology is usually held asymmetrically between the research and development (R&D)-performing firm and potential lenders and investors. This raises the cost of...

Developing policy strategies for emerging industries

Developing policy strategies for emerging industries

Based on the example of the development of a European strategy for software and internet industry, this paper aims at showing how a combination of innovation and industrial policies in form of an...

Is There a Role for European Innovation Policy in Combatting Economic Downturn

Is There a Role for European Innovation Policy in Combatting Economic Downturn

The study seeks to investigate the cyclicality of private and public innovation investments in the long-term as well as in the recent financial and economic crisis. German firms' R&D&I behaviour and...

Internationalization of Research and Innovation – new policy developments

Internationalization of Research and Innovation – new policy developments

By analyzing two surveys and a number of national innovation and internationalization strategies, we are able to identify a number of new trends in policy strategies and types of instruments used to...