The Financing of Research and Development

@inproceedings{Hall2002TheFO,
  title={The Financing of Research and Development},
  author={Bronwyn H. Hall},
  year={2002}
}
Evidence on the “funding gap” for R&D is surveyed. The focus is on financial market reasons for underinvestment in R&D that persist even in the absence of externality-induced underinvestment. The conclusions are that 1) small and new innovative firms experience high costs of capital that are only partly mitigated by the presence of venture capital; 2) evidence for high costs of R&D capital for large firms is mixed, although these firms do prefer internal funds for financing these investments; 3… CONTINUE READING
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