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by Werner Smolny

eBook Endogenous Innovations and Knowledge Spillovers: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (ZEW Economic Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 3790813206
  • Author: Werner Smolny
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Physica; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000 edition (October 13, 2000)
  • Pages: 277 pages
  • ePUB size: 1887 kb
  • FB2 size 1603 kb
  • Formats lrf mbr doc azw


This book contains a theoretical and empirical analysis of the sources of technological change and economic growth. The second part contains a micro analysis of endogenous innovations and knowledge spillovers.

This book contains a theoretical and empirical analysis of the sources of technological change and economic growth. The first part takes an aggregate view at the growth process. Scale economies and knowledge spillovers are analysed with a broad panel of sectoral data for Germany and the United States. The determinants of innovations are analysed and the effects of innovations on productivity and market behaviour are discussed

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Therefore, the analysis of endogenous innovations, scale economies, and knowledge spillovers has important implications for economic policy which enhances the interest into empirical investigations of these issues. This book is a collection of theoretical and empirical work on this subject. It combines micro economic and macroeconomic issues; a special emphasis is placed on empirical applications. The determinants of innovations are analysed and the effects of innovations on productivity and market behaviour are discussed

This book contains a theoretical and empirical analysis of the sources of technological change and economic growth. The first part takes an aggregate view at the growth process

This book contains a theoretical and empirical analysis of the sources of technological change and economic growth. The determinants of innovations are analysed and the effects of innovations on productivity and market behaviour are discussed

Werner Smolny (author).

Werner Smolny (author). Therefore, the analysis of endogenous innovations, scale economies, and knowledge spillovers has important implications for economic policy which enhances the interest into empirical investigations of these issues. The first two chapters take an aggregate view at the growth process.

A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis (ZEW Economic Studies). Endogenous innovations, knowledge spillovers, and scale economies at the aggregate level are important concepts in recent models of endogenous growth. Published October 13, 2000 by Physica-Verlag Heidelberg.

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Endogenous Innovations and Knowledge Spillovers : A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis. The basic advance of these models is that the evolution of tech- nological progress is explained endogeneously within the economic model. The most important concept is the idea of endogenous, market-driven inno- vations which are seen as the basic source of technological advances.

Modern (endogenous) growth theory tells us that knowledge is crucial for the sustained growth of high-income economies. Against this background, the paper provides a survey of theoretical and empirical findings highlighting the question of how geographically limited knowledge diffusion can help to explain clusters of regions with persistently different levels of growth. It discusses this topic in two steps.

The recent development of endogenous growth theories has renewed the in­ terest into the sources of productivity growth of the advanced industrialized economies. The basic advance of these models is that the evolution of tech­ nological progress is explained endogeneously within the economic model. The most important concept is the idea of endogenous, market-driven inno­ vations which are seen as the basic source of technological advances. Firms develop sophisticated production techniques and new products in order to reduce costs or to stimulate demand. Equally important is the concept of knowledge spillovers from innovation activities and scale economies associ­ ated with them. External effects drive a wedge between private and social re­ turns of innovation activities, and scale economies affect the market structure. In addition, each year's productivity increases exhibit an enormous social value. Therefore, the analysis of endogenous innovations, scale economies, and knowledge spillovers has important implications for economic policy which enhances the interest into empirical investigations of these issues. This book is a collection of theoretical and empirical work on this subject. It combines micro economic and macroeconomic issues; a special emphasis is placed on empirical applications. Much work has been devoted to the search and the preparation of appropriate data, and all models are estimated with panel data. The first two chapters take an aggregate view at the growth process.
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