The impacts of export competition on international technology flows
Mila Kashcheeva and
Byeongwoo Kang ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 15, 1058-1061
Knowledge flow is a key to building technological capabilities. This article investigates how competition in international trade affects knowledge flow between countries using patent data and trade data for analysis. The main finding is that export competition in the third market (in our study, the US market) seems to have a positive impact on the flow of knowledge. The findings from this study contribute to the debate on ‘learning-by-exporting’.
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