2 edition of International R&D spillovers between industries in Canada and the United States found in the catalog.
International R&D spillovers between industries in Canada and the United States
Jeffrey Ian Bernstein
Title on added t.p.: Débordements transfrontaliers de R&D entre les industries du Canada et des États-Unis.
|Other titles||Débordements transfrontaliers de R&D entre les industries du Canada et des États-Unis.|
|Statement||by Jeffrey I. Bernstein.|
|Series||Working paper -- no. 3, Working paper series (Canada. Industry Canada) -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Canada. Industry Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 67, 67, iv p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
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However, manufacturers substitute knowledge from U.S. spillovers for domestic R&D. U.S. spillovers cause production to become more plant- and equipment-intensive. Spillovers also enhance productivity. Communication infrastructure accounted for % of the growth, with the major source emanating from U.S. spillovers. They contributed 76% of the. Productivity Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from UK Industry Level Panel Data, Journal of International Business Studies, 31 (3), pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar MacDougall, G. .
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"International R&D Spillovers between Industries in Canada and the United States, Social Rates of Return and Productivity Growth," Canadian Journal of Economics, Canadian Economics Association, vol.
29(s1), pagesApril. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bernstein, Jeffrey Ian, International R & D spillovers between industries in Canada and the United States.
Its primary purpose is to investigate the importance of international spillovers between Canadian and U.S. industries and to estimate the effects of both domestic and international spillovers on production cost, traditional input-output ratios (such as labour-output, and physical capital-output ratios), and research and development (R&D) intensity for eleven manufacturing industries in the United States and Canada.
International spillovers are generally labor and intermediate input intensity reducing. In Canada, international spillover effects are more elastic than domestic spillover elasticities.
In the U.S. the same relationship exists, but is not as pronounced. Social rates of return to R&D capital are substantially above the private rates in both Cited by: International R&D Spillovers between Industries in Canada and the United States, Social Rates of Return and Productivity : Jeffrey I.
Bernstein. The paper presents new econometric evidence on the relationship between total factor productivity growth and the R&D expenditures of Canadian manufacturing industries in the presence of interindustry and international spillovers of technology.
In contrast to studies that presume that international spillovers are incorporated in imports of intermediate and/or capital equipment goods, the. The empirical analysis in "International R&D Spillovers" [Coe, D., Helpman, E., International R&D Spillovers. European Economic Review, 39, ] is first revisited on an expanded data.
Cointegration techniques have been widely applied to time-series data. It seems natural to test for international R & D spillovers on panel data, however, and the relatively small number of time-series observations that are available for any single country makes the.
Goto, Akira & Suzuki, Kazuyuki, "R&D Capital, Rate of Return on R&D Investment and Spillover of R&D in Japanese Manufacturing Industries," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol. 71(4), pagesson, Dale W & Nishimizu, Mieko, "U.S. and Japanese Economic Growth, An International Comparison," Economic Journal, Royal Economic.
Request PDF | Are International R&D Spillovers Costly for the United States. | Coe and Helpman, among others, report positive and equivalent R&D spillovers across groups of countries. However, the. Start studying International trade ch 1,2 3.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. a free trade area between Mexico, Canada, and the United States. workers are freely mobile between industries. This paper investigates the relationship between productivity changes and R&D in the presence of embodied and disembodied international spillovers of technology for total manufacturing industries.
Canada, for example, benefits about 50% more from Japanese R&D and 33% more from French R&D than the average country, suggesting that Canada has a relatively high absorptive capacity for benefiting from international technology spillovers.
International R & D spillovers between Canadian and Japanese industries. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Ian Bernstein; Xiaoyi Yan; National Bureau of Economic Research.
Jeffrey I. Bernstein & Pierre Mohnen, "International R & D Spillovers between U.S. and Japanese R & D intensive sectors," Cahiers de recherche du Département des sciences économiques, UQAMUniversité du Québec à Montréal, Département des sciences : RePEc:cre:uqamwp Note: To receive copy, email author.
Jeffrey I. Bernstein, "International R&D Spillovers between Industries in Canada and the United States, Social Rates of Return and Productivity Growth," Canadian Journal of Economics, Canadian Economics Association, vol. 29(s1), pages. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The empirical analysis in “International R&D Spillovers” [Coe, D., Helpman, E., International R&D Spillovers. European Economic Review, 39, –] is first revisited on an expanded data set that we have constructed for the purpose of this study.
As expected, we observe different spillovers behaviors for these groups: while only foreign R&D has a statistically significant impact on productivity during this period when all industries are considered and domestic R&D is not significant under any of the specifications, the impact of domestics R&D on Low-Tech and High-Tech industries becomes significant when the industries are grouped based on.
International R&D Spillovers, Trade and Productivity in Major OECD Countries M. Ishaq Nadiri, Seongjun Kim. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship In this paper we: (1) estimate the effects of international R&D spillovers on total factor productivity growth of the seven largest industrialized countries (G-7); (2.
The importance of inter-industry spillovers has been recognized and documented for a long time in studies about R&D and productivity (e.g., Romeo,Scherer, ). More recently, Glaeser et al. () have provided robust evidence showing that important knowledge spillovers occur between rather than within industries.Branstetter () uses R&D and patenting data on US and Japanese firms to compute weighted R&D spillover stocks.
He confirms that patent citations are geographically localized in the sense that within-country spillovers are much stronger than between-country spillovers.Moreover, we find that the effect of R&D spillovers is high in the Centre-South of Italy and that the stock of R&D spillovers is Morishima complement to the stock of R&D own-capital.