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Innovation in Enterprise Clusters:Evidence from Dutch Manufacturing

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  • Bert Diederen
  • Pierre Mohnen

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  • Franz Palm
  • Wladimir Raymond
  • Sybrand Schim van der Loeff

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This paper explores the aggregation problem and illustrates its relevance using data for the Netherlands from the third Community Innovation Survey (CIS3), and production and financial statistics. It compares the results of an innovation output equation that was estimated using data on enterprises (bedrijfseenheid), domestic enterprise clusters (onderneming), and those enterprise clusters with foreign inward or outward investments. Cette étude aborde et illustre un problème d’agrégation qui peut se poser dans les études d’innovation. Les données utilisées sont celles de la troisième enquête innovation aux Pays-Bas, qui sont jumelées aux statistiques de la production et aux données financières des sociétés. Nous comparons les résultats de l’estimation d’une équation d’innovation, obtenus tour à tour à partir de données au niveau des entreprises (bedrijfseenheid), des grappes d’entreprises domestiques (onderneming), et des grappes d’entreprises ayant des filiales à l’étranger ou contenant des filiales de firmes étrangères installées aux Pays-Bas.

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Paper provided by CIRANO in its series CIRANO Working Papers with number 2005s-32.

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Date of creation: 01 Sep 2005
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Handle: RePEc:cir:cirwor:2005s-32

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Keywords: innovation; aggregation; innovation; agrégation;

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