R&D Investment Co-Operation and R&D Subsidization

Forskningsenhed: CEBR


Abstract:
This research project starts by answering standard research policy questions such as ”What determines R&D expenditure?” and ”What is the effect of research joint ventures on R&D?” for Denmark. In order to shed further light onto these issues, it proceeds with a cross-country comparison between Denmark and Germany. The analysis is based on coherent data that has been collected by EU countries within the ”Community Innovation Survey”. Finally, this projects studies the effects of the introduction of special tax allowances on R&D expenditures that Denmark established in 1992.

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You can read the Working paper Product Innovation and Product Marketing: Theory and Microeconometric Evidence by Ulrich Kaiser, 2003-06, February 24, 2003 here

and you can read the journal article New Technologies and the Demand for Heterogeneous Labor: Firm-level Evidence for the German Business-related Service Sector, Ulrich Kaiser, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 9:5, 465-486, July 2006 here

and the journal article A Microeconometric note on product innovation and product innovation advertising, Ulrich Kaiser, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 14:7, 573-582, January 2007 here