Modelo estructural de función de producción. Un estudio empírico de la innovación en el sector manufacturero español
This paper analyses the relationship between productivity, innovation and research at firm level using an extension of CDM's model. The study es performed for spanish manufacturing sector firms using information fron the "Encuesta sobre innovación tecnológica en las empresas" 2000 and 2004. The empirical results suggests that public funds, size of the firms and participation in internationalized markets plays an important role in the decisions to perform internal research activities. In addition, the firms that perform an internal effort in research activities are more probable that become innovative of product and/or of process. Finally, the estimations also emphasize that increases in productivity are positively correlated with the introduction of new products and/or processes and the intensity of the physical capital.
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