Knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies

@inproceedings{Dechezleprtre2014KnowledgeSF,
  title={Knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies},
  author={Antoine Dechezlepr{\^e}tre and Ralf Martin and Myra Mohnen},
  year={2014}
}
How much should governments subsidize the development of new clean technologies? We use patent citation data to investigate the relative intensity of knowledge spillovers in clean and dirty technologies in two technological fields: energy production and transportation. We introduce a new methodology that takes into account the whole history of patent citations to capture the indirect knowledge spillovers generated by patents. We find that conditional on a wide range of potential confounding… CONTINUE READING

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