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International spillovers and absorptive capacity
Maria Luisa Mancusi
|Statement||Maria Luisa Mancusi.|
|Series||Economics of Industry Group -- EI35|
|Contributions||London School of Economics and Political Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
Spillovers, Absorptive Capacity and Agglomeration Sergey Lychaginy The Pennsylvania State University Department of Economics Novem Abstract I study knowledge spillovers in an industry where rms are mobile and heteroge-neous in their ability to adopt outside knowledge (absorptive capacity). I develop aCited by: 5. In “International R&D Spillovers,” Coe and Helpman () (hereafter CH) presented new estimates of R&D spillovers. Whereas many earlier studies of R&D spillovers had been based on sectoral or industry data for single countries,3 CH used pooled macroeconomic data for 21 OECD countries plus Israel over the –90 time Size: KB.
We study how innovations affect increase of regional total factor productivity (TFP) as a result of productivity spillovers from foreign direct investment (FDI), and confirm the presence of phenomenon in Russian data. TFP is modeled using data envelopment analysis (DEA) with the human capital, energy and capital as inputs, and the gross regional product as output. Knowlegde Spillovers, absorptive capacity and growth: An industry-level Analysis for OECD countries 1, Dimitris Christopoulos2,and Sushanta Mallick3 Given the decline in growth momentum in the manufacturing sector in many OECD countries, the role of knowledge-based capital has emerged as a key driver for sustained growth.
denotes international tech-nology spillovers. (RD/Q) t × TS. t. denotes international technology absorptive capacity of the host country in domestic R&D activities. The primary factors that influence scales of CO. 2. emis-sions is per capita energy consumption and per capita real output [6,7]. The CO. 2. emissions model is: CfEY. tt, t (3). Specifically, we found that local firms have gained significant positive spillovers when they had a high absorptive capacity, whereas low-absorptive capacity firms suffered negative spillovers. We also found that non-exporting domestic firms experience significant positive spillovers from the presence of Chinese firms. View Full-Text.
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Absorptive capacity increases the elasticity of a country’s innovation to both national and international spillovers.
The larger the gap of a country with the technological leaders, the weaker is this effect, but the larger is the country’s potential to increase it. Keywords: R&D spillovers, absorptive capacity and patent citations. Sourafel Girma, "Absorptive Capacity and Productivity Spillovers from FDI: A Threshold Regression Analysis," Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, vol.
67(3), pagesJune. Downloadable (with restrictions). This Paper examines the effects of two faces of R&D (innovation and development of absorptive or learning capacity) and technology spillovers from FDI (foreign direct investment) on a firm’s productivity growth.
Using firm-level panel data on Czech manufacturing firms between andI find that: 1) The learning effect of R&D is more.
This paper brings together the issues of knowledge spillovers and absorptive capacity, by assessing the role of prior R&D experience in enhancing a country's ability to understand and improve upon external ational spillovers are found effective in increasing innovative productivity in laggard countries, while technological leaders are a source rather Cited by: There is a positive relationship between the firm’s absorptive capacity and the spillovers received by the firm in its home county Can firms change their absorptive capacity.
One assumption maintained in this paper states that firm absorptive capacity, α i, is fixed once the firm has settled in a chosen location. This firm Cited by: 5. In order to absorb international knowledge spillovers, the expansion of domestic absorptive capacity is required (Mancusi, ).
Therefore, to absorb concerted technological learning and to Author: Maria Luisa Mancusi. Lai et al. () have established an endogenous growth model with knowledge-driven R&D to investigate the relationship between international technology spillovers. ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY, R&D SPILLOVERS, AND PUBLIC POLICY* Dermot Leahy University College Dublin and J.
Peter Neary University of Oxford and CEPR 23 March Abstract Empirical evidence strongly suggests that R&D increases a firm’s "absorptive capacity" (its ability to absorb spillovers from other firms) as well as contributing directly to File Size: KB.
Get this from a library. FDI Spillovers and High-Growth Firms in Developing Countries. [Jose Daniel Reyes] -- This paper evaluates the heterogeneous impact of spillovers from multinational corporations (MNCs) to domestic enterprises in the developing world. It empirically investigates two transmission.
Absorptive Capacity and Productivity Spillovers from FDI: A Threshold Regression Analysis* Sourafel Girma Department of Economics, University of Leicester, UK (e-mail: @) Abstract This paper explores whether the effect of foreign direct investment (FDI) on productivity growth is dependent on absorptive capacity Cited by: In addition, recent studies have also shown that the magnitude of spillovers also depends on the absorptive capacity of host countries.
In other words, spillover r Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Asian Business & Management Vol. 9, 4, – Absorptive capacity, FDI linked spillovers and economic growth in Vietnam.
celebrated argument that firm-specific characteristics or absorptive capacity may influence the ability of domestic firms in gaining productivity spillovers from FDI and trade. The most commonly used measure of absorptive capacity in the literature about this topic is the extent of R&D.
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on the absorptive capacity of the receiving country. In so doing, we contribute to the empirical literature on absorptive capacity and, by identifying its role in the way knowledge diﬀusion inﬂuences productivity at the country level, we also add to the literature on international R&D spillovers, which has instead mainly.
In business administration, absorptive capacity has been defined as "a firm's ability to recognize the value of new information, assimilate it, and apply it to commercial ends".
It is studied on individual, group, firm, and national levels. Antecedents are prior-based knowledge (knowledge stocks and knowledge flows) and communication. The absorptive capacity of an economy can be measured by the level of its financial development, the stock of human capital and the extent of technology gap between domestic and foreign firms.
The OLI framework, also known as the ‘eclectic paradigm’, aims to explain the why, where and how of by: UNDERSTANDING THE SPANISH BUSINESS INNOVATION GAP: THE ROLE OF SPILLOVERS AND FIRMS’ ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY (*) Paloma López-García and José Manuel Montero (**) BANCO DE ESPAÑA (*)The opinion and analyses herein are the responsibility of the authors and, therefore, do not necessarily coincide with those of the.
IT Knowledge Spillovers, Absorptive Capacity, and Productivity: Evidence from Enterprise Software. Peng Huang. Consistent with the absorptive capacity framework (Cohen and Levinthal), we show that IT spillovers are more likely to accrue to firms with prior related the gross book value of capital stock property, plant(, and.
I. Introduction. International monetary policy spillovers have been the subject of much economic debate since at least the early interwar period, and formal modeling of monetary policy in an open economy dates back to the pioneering analyses of Mundell () and Fleming ().
2 These spillovers received renewed attention after the global financial crisis (GFC), when interest rate.R&D SPILLOVERS & ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY • Empirical literature on the existence of international spillovers – in general purpose R&D (Griffith, Redding, Van Ree nen, ) – and in energy technologies in particular (Verdolin i and Galeotti, ).
• Even if spillovers are often model like above in a wide range of.This paper advances the understanding of absorptive capacity for assimilating new knowledge as a mediating variable of organization adaptation. Many scholars suggest a firm's absorptive capacity plays a key role in the process of coevolution (Lewin et al., this issue).Cited by: