The Internet, R&D expenditure and economic growth
Changkyu Choi () and
Myung Hoon Yi
Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 4, 264-267
We examine the effect of the Internet on the relationship between R&D expenditure and economic growth. Data for 105 countries over the period 1994–2014 are used for panel data analysis. The effect of R&D expenditure on economic growth proves to be affected positively by the Internet and the effect of the Internet on the economic growth is positively strengthened by an increase in R&D expenditure.
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