Monthly Report No. 9/2017
Mohammad Mahdi Ghodsi,
Sandra Leitner and
Armando Rungi ()
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No 2017-09, wiiw Monthly Reports from The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw
Graph of the month Real GDP growth 2015, 2016 and first half of 2017 by major groups of countries of the European Union (p. 1) Opinion corner What can be said about the status of Brexit in September 2017? (by Richard Grieveson; pp. 2-5) Cohesion policy meets heterogeneous firms (by Loredana Fattorini, Mahdi Ghodsi and Armando Rungi; pp. 6-11) On the use of different public innovation commercialisation measures in the EU-28 (by Sandra M. Leitner; pp. 12-16) Choosing the right partner R&D cooperations and innovation success in CESEE and CIS economies (by Sandra M. Leitner; pp. 17-21) Recommended reading (p. 22) Statistical Annex Monthly and quarterly statistics for Central, East and Southeast Europe (pp. 23-44)
Keywords: GDP; economic growth; EU; UK; Brexit; cohesion policy; European Regional Development Fund; R&D; total factor productivity; firm heterogeneity; business support; innovation; innovative companies; public commercialisation measures; R&D cooperations; innovation; patenting (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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