WORKING PAPER SERIES R & D Spillovers Through Trade in a Panel of OECD Industries

@inproceedings{Unel2006WORKINGPS,
  title={WORKING PAPER SERIES R & D Spillovers Through Trade in a Panel of OECD Industries},
  author={Bulent Unel},
  year={2006}
}
This paper investigates the significance of Research and Development (R&D) spillovers through intraand international trade in intermediate goods for productivity growth in a panel of OECD industries during 1973-1994. In the model, four different sources of R&D are identified: R&D conducted in the particular industry itself, R&D conducted in the same industries in other countries, R&D conducted in other domestic industries, and R&D conducted in other foreign industries. I find that among R&D… CONTINUE READING

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