Endogenous Imitation and Endogenous Growth In a North-South Model : A Theoretical Analysis ∗

@inproceedings{Mondal2005EndogenousIA,
  title={Endogenous Imitation and Endogenous Growth In a North-South Model : A Theoretical Analysis ∗},
  author={D. Mondal and Manash Ranjan Gupta},
  year={2005}
}
This paper presents a modified North-South product variety model of GrossmanHelpman(1991b) introducing localised knowledge spillover in the Northern R&D sector as opposed to the globalised knowledge spillover assumed in GrossmanHelpman(1991b) model. We show that a tighter IPR in the South leads to an increase in the rate of innovation in the North in this case. We analyse the comparative steady-state effects with respect to change in the labour endowment of the two countries. Results are… CONTINUE READING

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