Beyond absorptive capacity: in-house R&D as a driver of innovative complementarities
Alessandra Catozzella and
Marco Vivarelli ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2014, vol. 21, issue 1, 39-42
This article shows how in-house R&D may play a role in affecting innovative output beyond its direct impact and its indirect effect through absorptive capacity, generating additional synergies that amplify the impacts of innovative inputs other than R&D itself.
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