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Innovation, Industry Evolution and Employment

Innovation, Industry Evolution and Employment

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David Audretsch, Roy Thurik, Bee Yan Aw, Geeta Batra, John Baldwin, Mohammed Rafiquzzaman, Martin Carree, Marcel Lever, Henry Nieuwenhuijsen, Jacques Mairee, Bronwyn Hall, Lee Branstetter, Bruno Crepon, Michael Fritsch, Rolf Lukas, Bo Carlsson, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Paula Stephan, Luuk Klomp, Joachim Wagner, Jose Mata, Pedro Portugal, Enrico Santarelli, Marco Vivarelli, Micheline Goedhuys, Leo Sleuwaegen
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  • Date Published: August 1999
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521641661

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  • Innovation, Industry Evolution and Employment offers an important new cross-disciplinary approach to one of the most important problems in modern economics, creating employment and economic growth. Presenting original theoretical and empirical research by leading experts in an accessible style, it will be vital reading for policy professionals as well as researchers and students in disciplines such as knowledge management, industrial organization, the economics of technological change and international economics. Case study material is taken from countries including France, Germany, Holland, Canada and the United States.

    • Major theoretical, business and policy implications
    • Important, original, and accessible research on a subject of immense topicality and international appeal
    • Contributors are leading scholars in this field
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    "sheds light on the links between innovation, industry, evolution, and employment generation." Journal of Economic Literature

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    • Date Published: August 1999
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521641661
    • length: 330 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.66kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction David Audretsch and Roy Thurik
    2. Wages, firm size and wage inequality how much do exports matter Bee Yan Aw and Geeta Batra
    3. Trade, technology, and wage differentials in the Canadian manufacturing sector John Baldwin and Mohammed Rafiquzzaman
    4. Industrial structure and economic growth Martin Carree and Roy Thurik
    5. The impact of competition on productivity in Dutch manufacturing Marcel Lever and Henry Nieuwenhuijsen
    6. Does cash flow cause investment and R and D? An exploration using panel data for French, Japanese, and United States scientific firms Jacques Mairesse, Bronwyn Hall, Lee Branstetter and Bruno Crepon
    7. Innovation, cooperation, and the region Michael Fritsch and Rolf Lukas
    8. Industry clusters: biotechnology/biomedicine and polymers in Ohio and Sweden Bo Carlsson and Pontus Braunerhjelm
    9. How and why does knowledge spill over in biotechnology? David Audretsch and Paula Stephan
    10. Do services differ from manufacturing? The post-entry performance of firms in Dutch services David Audretsch, Luuk Klomp, and Roy Thurik
    11. Who exits from German manufacturing industries and why? Evidence from the Hannover Firm Panel study Joachim Wagner
    12. Technology intensity, demand conditions, and the longevity of firms José Mata and Pedro Portugal
    13. Does startup size influence the likelihood of survival? David Audretsch, Enrico Santarelli and Marco Vivarelli
    14. Barriers to growth of firms in developing countries: evidence from Burundi Micheline Goedhuys and Leo Sleuwaegen
    Index.

  • Editors

    David B. Audretsch, Indiana University

    Roy Thurik, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

    Contributors

    David Audretsch, Roy Thurik, Bee Yan Aw, Geeta Batra, John Baldwin, Mohammed Rafiquzzaman, Martin Carree, Marcel Lever, Henry Nieuwenhuijsen, Jacques Mairee, Bronwyn Hall, Lee Branstetter, Bruno Crepon, Michael Fritsch, Rolf Lukas, Bo Carlsson, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Paula Stephan, Luuk Klomp, Joachim Wagner, Jose Mata, Pedro Portugal, Enrico Santarelli, Marco Vivarelli, Micheline Goedhuys, Leo Sleuwaegen

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