Innovation Outputs in the Norwegian Economy: How Innovative are Small Firms?
This paper is a quantitative analysis of the pattern of innovation outputs in the Norwegian economy, looking at the extent to which SMEs are more or less innovative than larger firms. We show that this is not a simple question. It requires careful empirical analysis:, since the answers depend to a considerable extent on how one interprets the relevant indicators, and on how we categorise different size classes of companies.
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