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Anno/Year
2012
Autori/Authors
Coccia M.
Rivista/Journal
Technovation
Titolo/Title
Political economy of R&D to support the modern competitiveness of nations and determinants of economic optimization and inertia
Libro/Book
Technical Report
Conference
Editor
City
Volume
32 n. 6
Pages
370-379
Research
Valutazione di politiche pubbliche innovative
Abstract
The study here analyzes the association between R&D expenditure (as % of GDP) and labor productivity across leading geo-economic players. Empirical evidence seems to show, during the period of analysis, a strong positive association between public and private R&D expenditure. In addition, when R&D spending of business enterprise sector exceeds R&D spending of government sector, the labor productivity tends to growth (economic optimization), ceteris paribus. In general, effects of friction (inertia) on labor productivity growth are displayed by countries whose R&D intensity is driven mainly by R&D expenditure of government sector. Results provide fruitful implications that can support a rational political economy of R&D in order to foster the competitiveness of countries in fast-changing and turbulent markets.

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