Do technology spillovers matter for growth?
Marieke Rensman and
Gerard Kuper ()
No 199915, CCSO Working Papers from University of Groningen, CCSO Centre for Economic Research
This paper attempts to explain the growth of labour productivity by (inter)national spillovers from R&D and patenting. We develop a model that is tested for Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States of America using a new set of panel data for the period 1955 until 1991. The results indicate that domestic R&D has an indirect and, for Germany, a positive impact on productivity growth.
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