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Innovation, Productivity and Export: the case of Hungary

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  • László Halpern
  • Balázs Muraközy

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This paper estimates the relationship between innovation and firm performance by using Community Innovation Survey data for Hungary. It exploits the possibility of linking the innovation data to ownership and disaggregated trade data. Innovative firms are more productive, more likely to trade and export into more countries. Foreign firms are more likely to innovate compared to similar domestic firms, but the amount of R&D is a weaker predictor of the innovative output of foreign firms.

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Paper provided by Center for Firms in the Global Economy in its series CeFiG Working Papers with number 10.

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Date of creation: 02 Dec 2009
Date of revision: 02 Dec 2009
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  1. Alena Zemplinerová & Eva Hromádková, 2012. "Determinants of Firm´s Innovation," Prague Economic Papers, University of Economics, Prague, vol. 2012(4), pages 487-503.

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