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Innovation and training: a dynamic count data model

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  • Gallié, Emilie-Pauline
  • Legros, Diego

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This paper explores the relationship between innovation and vocational training. We consider a linear feedback model to explain the dynamics of count data processes relative to patenting activities, R&D and training expenditures. Estimations are made on a panel data set relative to French industrial rms over the period 1986-1992. Our results indicate that the vocational training have a positive impact on the technological innovation.

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Paper provided by Paris Dauphine University in its series Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine with number 123456789/6964.

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Keywords: count panel data; linear feedback model; patents; R&D; training;

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