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Author: Rachel Griffith
Publisher: Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science (1999)
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vergence of TFP within a panel of industries across thirteen OECD countries. industry-level, and carefully evaluate the robustness of our results concerning the two. faces of R&D activity to the inclusion of these covariates. The empirical framework.

vergence of TFP within a panel of industries across thirteen OECD countries. We implement our model on a panel dataset of 13. manufacturing industries in 12 OECD countries over the period 1972. range of different econometric specifications, we find a positive and statistically signif

We explore this idea empirically using a panel of industries across twelve OECD countries Rachel Griffith & Stephen Redding & John Van Reenen, 2004

We explore this idea empirically using a panel of industries across twelve OECD countries. We find R&D to be statistically and economically important in both technological catch-up and innovation. Rachel Griffith & Stephen Redding & John Van Reenen, 2004. Handle: RePEc:tpr:restat:v:86:y:2004:i:4:p:883-895.

In this paper we document that there has been convergence of TFP within a panel of industries across thirteen . Griffith, Rachel & Redding, Stephen & Van Reenen, John, 2000.

In this paper we document that there has been convergence of TFP within a panel of industries across thirteen OECD countries since 1970. Handle: RePEc:ehl:lserod:784.

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Mapping the Two Faces of R&D: Productivity Growth in a Panel of OECD. Rachel Grith Institute for Fiscal Studies. In this paper we explore this idea empirically using a panel of industries across twelve OECD countries. We nd evidence that R&D is statistically and economically important in this catch up process as well as stimulating innovation directly. The rst of these roles is in stimulating innovation, and has received most attention in the existing empirical literature. The second role is in facilitating the imitation of others’ discoveries.

There are 2 versions of this paper. In this paper we document that there has been convergence of TFP within a panel of industries across thirteen OECD countries since 1970. Mapping the Two Faces of R&D: Productivity Growth in a Panel of OECD Industries. Number of pages: 74 Posted: 21 Jun 2000. You are currently viewing this paper. Trade, by contrast, plays a more modest role in productivity growth. JEL Classification: O0. O30. O40.

CEPR Discussion Paper 2466. Griffith, . S. Redding, and J. van Reenen (2004). Mapping the Two Faces of R&D: Productivity Growth in a Panel of OECD Industries

CEPR Discussion Paper 2466. 19. Griliches, . and F. Lichtenberg (1984). R&D and Productivity Growth at the Industry Level: Is There Still a Relationship. In Z. Griliches (ed., R&D, Patents and Productivity. Chicago: Chicago University.

Rachel Griffith, Stephen J. Redding, John Michael Van Reenen. SSRN Electronic Journal, Social Science Electronic Publishing. The following have contributed to this page: Centre for Economic Performance. The authors haven't finished explaining this publication. PDF generated on 19-Nov-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos. Centre for Economic Performance. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.

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Rachel Griffith, Stephen Redding and John Van Reenen. We explore this idea empirically using a panel of industries across twelve OECD countries. based studies may underestimate the return to R&D.

and economic growth and productivity, see Aghion and Griffith (2005). industries in a way that encourages aggregate productivity growth. 7 3. Data and Method This paper uses fixed-effects panel data regressions with growth in TFP as the dependent variable.

First, we use data pre-dating the ‘tech boom’ to examine the direct effects of product and labour market flexibility on TFP growth, both independently and in 6 For further discussion of this paper and an overview of the theoretical and empirical literature on the relationship between competition and economic growth and productivity, see Aghion and Griffith (2005). This is because they ignore the fact that institutional changes may encourage reallocation of resources across industries in a way that encourages aggregate productivity growth.