IWH R&D Micro Database. Part 1: Data, Data Origin and Data Quality. Revision and Expansion of the Version from 2013-10-14
Alexander Giebler and
No 01/2016e, IWH Technical Reports from Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH)
Almost all industrialized countries have set up support schemes to foster private Research & Development (R&D) activities. However, only little is known on which programs are exactly applied, how much money is spent and whether such programs work in the way they were originally intended. Reliable evaluation studies that allow identifying causal effects can help to clarify if and how these policies work and for which policy schemes the results are promising. This kind of research design, however, places high demands on the quality of data.
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