Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

C. Steindl, J. Klerx:
"Identifying potential comparative advantages for priority setting actions in innovation policy";
Vortrag: European Network on Industrial Policy (EUNIP) International Workshop on Evaluating Innovation Policy: Methods and Applications, Florence; 05.05.2011 - 06.05.2011; in: "http://eunip.irpet.it/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Steindl.pdf", (2011), Paper-Nr. 03.



Kurzfassung englisch:
The objective of this work is to estimate productivity effects of R&D investments across different industries in Austria. Our work extends the common practice of evaluation of innovation policy by setting up an analytical model in the preliminary stages of strategic policy-making. Concretely, in this paper we provide an indicator as a pilot application to estimate comparative advantages in Austrian industries. This quantitative approach can therefore yield useful insight in terms of productivity effects of R&D expenditures of several industrial sectors and give Austrian policy makers relevant information which industries are of particular interest. Thus, our output is a prospective step to identify relevant industries and to create preconditions for improving the allocation of R&D and planning innovation policy priority fields more strategically.

Schlagworte:
Growth accounting, total factor productivity, R&D expenditure, innovation priority setting, policy evaluation, strategic policy-making

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