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This paper reviews the literature on two-sided atomeless assignment models of workers to tasks. Using simple parametric …
The aim of the current paper is to estimate the need for new PhDs in the Estonian academicsector for the 5-year period …
This paper examines international technology transfers using firm-level data across 43developing countries. Our …
Using a unique longitudinal representative survey of both manufacturing and nonmanufacturingbusinesses in the United States during the 1990’s, I examine the incidenceand intensity of organizational innovation and the factors associated with investments inorganizational innovation...
This paper compares the structure and the development of new firm formation activityin three German regions. The two …
Setting up an innovative new firm is a way of commercializing knowledge. The paper gives an overview of the extent of …
A new model of economic growth introduces the knowledge filter between new generic knowledge and economically-useful knowledge. It identifies both the formation of new ventures and the absorptive capacity of incumbent firms as the mechanisms that penetrate the knowledge filter. Recent empirical...
Demographic change will be one of the major challenges for economic policy in the developed world in the next decades. In this article, we analyze the relationship between age structure and the number of startups. We argue that an individual's decision to start a business is determined by his or...
We explore if the Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship, applied to FDI, provides at least a partial explanation for the greater emergence of recent knowledge-based entrepreneurship in Ireland compared with Wales. In order to examine how FDI and entrepreneurship policy in these two...
A new model of economic growth introduces the knowledge filter between new knowledge and economically useful knowledge. It identifies both new ventures and incumbent firms as the mechanisms that penetrate the knowledge filter. Recent empirical work has shown that new firms are more proficient at...