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Economic Bulletin 3 / 2004

How Can We Push Growth through Research in Europe? Editorial

2004| Gert G. Wagner
Weitere Aufsätze

The German InnoRegio-Program as a New Way to Promote Regional Innovative Networks: Lessons for Transforming Countries

In: Branko Katalinic, Ivica Veza, Bozenko Bilic (Eds.) , Proceedings of the 3rd DAAAM International Conference on Advanced Technologies for Developing Countries
Split : University of Split
S. 369-374
| Alexander Eickelpasch
Monographien

Special Issue: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Growth

London: Carfax, 2004, VI S., S. 161-263
(Industry and Innovation ; 11,3)
| Birgit Soete, Andreas Stephan (Eds.)
Weitere Aufsätze

Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Growth: Introduction

In: Industry and Innovation 11 (2004), 3, S. 161-165 | Birgit Soete, Andreas Stephan
Diskussionspapiere 430 / 2004

R&D and Price Elasticity of Demand

This note explores the relationship between the price elasticity of demand and the R&D intensity of the product. We introduce the concept of R&D intensity into a standard Dixit-Stiglitz/Krugman-type setting. R&D activity is treated as a fixed cost of production. Within this framework, sectors with a higher R&D intensity show a lower price elasticity of demand. This proposition is confirmed by an empirical ...

2004| Dorothea Lucke, Philipp J. H. Schröder, Dieter Schumacher
Economic Bulletin 6 / 2004

Foreign Companies Expand Research and Develoment in Germany

2004| Heike Belitz
Diskussionspapiere 457 / 2004

What Causes Cross-Industry Differences of Technical Efficiency? An Empirical Investigation

Using micro-level panel data of about 35,000 firms from the German Cost Structure Census, we analyze the differences of technical efficiency across industries. Technical efficiency is estimated by firms' fixed effects. One striking result is that the distribution of technical efficiency across industries is positively skewed. This is because the efficiency distribution is truncated at the lower end ...

2004| Michael Fritsch, Andreas Stephan
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