Economics of Innovation: A Review in Theory and Models
AbstractInnovation activities contribute essentially to the regional dimension and growth. The technological infrastructure and innovation capabilities affect not only the regional growth, but also the whole periphery and economy as well. There are a lot of problems and questions regarding the measurement of innovation activities at a regional level. This paper attempts to analyze the whole framework of innovation statistics and in particular to examine the measurement and also the statistical estimation of innovation activities. On this context, it’s also aiming to emphasize and to review the appropriate techniques, the most common methods and the particular problems.
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Volume (Year): XII (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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Innovation activities; Statistical measures techniques and methods; research and development;
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