Are Firms That Received R&D Subsidies More Innovative?

Bérubé, Charles and Mohnen, Pierre (2007). Are Firms That Received R&D Subsidies More Innovative?. UNU-MERIT.

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  • Author Bérubé, Charles
    Mohnen, Pierre
    Title Are Firms That Received R&D Subsidies More Innovative?
    Publication Date 2007
    Publisher UNU-MERIT
    Abstract This paper looks at the effectiveness of R&D grants for Canadian plants that already benefit from R&D tax credits. Using a non-parametric matching estimator, we find that firms that benefited from both policy measures introduced more new products than their counterparts that only benefited from R&D tax incentives. They also made more world-first product innovations and were more successful in commercializing their innovations.
    Keyword Innovations
    R&D
    Matching estimators
    Mahalanobis
    Innovation surveys
    Tax credits
    Grants
    Copyright Holder UNU-MERIT
    Copyright Year 2007
    ISSN 1871-9872
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