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complementary role of exports and R&D investments as sources of productivity growth
|Statement||Bee Yan Aw, Mark J. Roberts, Tor Winston.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 11774., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 11774.|
|Contributions||Roberts, Mark J., Winston, Tor., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The second (later known as the third Kaldor law) establishes that aggregate labour productivity depends widely on manufacturing output growth. 13 By and large, as Kaldor (, p. ) additionally pointed out, ‘productivity tends to grow faster, the faster output expands; it also means that the level of productivity is a function of. Government policy encouraged R&D investments and required the use of local suppliers. Saudi Arabia is investing in solar energy as a way to diversify its energy sources and contribute to industrial growth and productivity. In an effort to diversify its portfolio and play a greater role in limiting the effects of climate change, Norway’s.
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Downloadable. This paper examines two potential channels of knowledge acquisition that underlie firm productivity growth in the Taiwanese electronics industry: participation in the export market and investments in R&D and/or worker training. We focus on the argument that a firm's own investments in R&D are necessary for the firm to assimilate knowledge or expertise gained from foreign contacts.
Complementary role of exports and R & D investments as sources of productivity growth. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bee-Yan Aw; Mark J Roberts; Tor Winston; National Bureau of Economic Research.
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[Bee-Yan Aw; Mark J Roberts; Tor Winston; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "This paper examines two potential channels of knowledge acquisition that underlie firm productivity growth in the Taiwanese electronics industry: participation in the export market and.
Aw BY, Roberts MJ, Winston T () The complementary role of exports and R&D investments as sources of productivity growth. NBER working paper no. Google Scholar Bartel A, Lichtenberg F () The comparative advantage of educated workers in implementing new by: 4.
These findings are consistent with the hypothesis that export experience is an important source of productivity growth for Taiwanese firms and that firm investments in R&D and worker training. Bee Yan Aw & Mark J. Roberts & Tor Winston, "The Complementary Role of Exports and R&D Investments as Sources of Productivity Growth," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Bricongne, Jean-Charles & Fontagné, Lionel & Gaulier, Guillaume & Taglioni, Daria & Vicard, Vincent, This book addresses these issues, as well as the consequences of FDI – in particular, with regard to technology, productivity, and R&D spillovers. Issues related to innovations, R&D, intra-industry trade, and knowledge management are also discussed.
Technology: Corporate and. Aw, B.Y., M.J. Roberts and T. Winston () ‘The complementary role of exports and R&D investments as sources of productivity growth’, The World Economy, 30, 83– CrossRef Google Scholar Aw, B.Y., and A.R. Hwang () ‘Productivity and the export market: a firm-level analysis’, Journal of Development Economics, vol.
47, – The analysis describes global trends and long-term sources of total factor productivity growth, along with broad trends in partial factor productivity for land and labor, revisiting the question of scale economies in farming.
Technology is central to growth in agricultural productivity, yet across many parts of the developing world. During this period, IT investments accounted for less than 3 percent of GDP in current dollars, but the combined growth contribution was about one-third of aggregate labor productivity growth.
The recent contribution of IT only looks small when compared with the truly remarkable impact during the IT boom of the late s and the recent.
Table 2 summarizes the growth accounting that explains the sources of labor productivity growth in the economy as a whole, the ICT-producing sector, and the ICT-using sectors for the periods of – and – The growth of labor productivity is decomposed into a capital deepening effect and TFP effect, and the capital deepening.
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The strength of IPR systems was measured using an. The percentage of research and development (R&D) contribution to gross domestic product (GDP) is in and in The percentage of R&D investments to GDP of Israel is highest in the world, compared with % in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
Download PDF Summary. This paper analyses the importance of the ICT sector, and in particular the Software sector, for the European economy. It does so by looking into the question of how value-added is created through the lens of improved productivityand competitiveness using ICT in various European analysing these channels of value-added, this paper looks specifically into how.
Most of the increase in world exports over the sample period was indeed due to the spectacular growth of low and middle‐income countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China (Autor et al., ). It is conceivable that technological shocks occurring in these countries are largely uncorrelated with those hitting the United States.
Honey, I shrunk the R&D cost: How 'open innovation' can sharpen competitive edge Businesses cannot work in silos. Although we live in a competitive world, leveraging complementary resources like research, finance and intellectual property among firms, can accelerate innovation and organisational changes.
ICT (information and communications technology) also took several decades to affect macroeconomic productivity. In the s, economists studying the sources of growth noticed a productivity paradox, observing no positive relationship between ICT investments and productivity.
Innovation activity in South Africa: measuring the returns to R&D: Measuring the returns to Research and Development (English) Improvements in productivity is necessary to effectively increase economic growth in the long literature emphasises a positive correlation between firm-level innovation and productivity gains, although evidence for developing countries has been less.
Measurements of productivity growth alone are not, however, a complete free-standing expression of the role of technology in economic growth. R&D by itself is seldom performed unless it is expected to be employed in new or improved facilities and in superior operating modes.
13 hours ago A firm’s effort towards R&D can be measured by the resources allocated to its R&D department, which includes both human and financial resources.
Subsequently, as organisations should apply technological innovation in developing their products, they should also include the number of new products developed as an indicator of innovation growth.many ways. Much of the book is based on information and data painstakingly collected by the author from a variety of sources including the financial press in India.
The book includes extensive case studies of firms investing abroad, it charts the birth, growth and overseas investments of .The complementary role of exports and R&D investments as sources of productivity growth (Working Paper No. ). Massachusetts: NBER. Google Scholar | Crossref.