The interaction between public and private R&D expenditure and national productivity
Mario Coccia ()
Prometheus, 2011, vol. 29, issue 2, 121-130
Starting from the epistemological position of the positive interaction between public and private R&D expenditures at country level for maintaining productivity growth, the purpose of this paper is to provide empiricist--positivist arguments of this stance in order to design R&D policy that supports national competitiveness in fast-changing and turbulent markets
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