Statistical analysis of the use and impact of government business programs
AbstractThis paper uses statistical evidence from a unique longitudinal data set for Australian firms to examine the use and impact of some major R&D and export facilitation programs from 1994-98. The programs examined included the EMDG (Export Market Development Grants) scheme, Export Access, Austrade services, ITES (International Trade Enhancement Scheme) (now discontinued), the R&D tax concession and R&D grants. The paper examines the attributes of firms that participate in government business programs, their patterns of use and the effects these programs have on their performance.
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government business programs - business longitudinal survey - export programs - ITES - EMDG - R&D;
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- Yi-Ping Tseng & Mark Wooden, 2001. "Enterprise Bargaining and Productivity: Evidence from the Business Longitudinal Survey," Melbourne Institute Working Paper Series wp2001n08, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne.
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