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Technology transfer on a two-way street: R&D spillovers through intermediate input usage and supply

Christina Poetzsch ()
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Christina Poetzsch: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), 2017, vol. 153, issue 4, 735-751

Abstract: Abstract Intermediate input usage is known to channel R&D spillovers across countries and industries. This paper highlights that technology also diffuses across countries and industries through intermediate input supply. Technology transfer to intermediates suppliers ensues from R&D that induces a demand for technologically advanced intermediates. I analyze R&D spillovers through intermediate input usage and supply for 18 manufacturing industries in 20 OECD countries over 1987–2009. Results support both use- and supply-driven R&D spillovers. Comparing their effects reveals interesting variations. Among domestic industries, intermediate input supply is the dominant channel. For international relations, both use- and supply-driven R&D spillovers are found.

Keywords: Knowledge diffusion; R&D stocks; Intermediate input trade; Input-output tables; F14; O33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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