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Productivity growth and R&D expenditure in Taiwan"s manufacturing firms

Jiann-chyuan Wang

Productivity growth and R&D expenditure in Taiwan"s manufacturing firms

by Jiann-chyuan Wang

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial productivity -- Taiwan,
  • Research, Industrial -- Taiwan

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJiann-Chyuan Wang, Kuen Hung Tsai.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 9724., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9724.
    ContributionsTsai, Kuen-hung., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. ;
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17614956M
    OCLC/WorldCa52453855

    The empirical results show a significantly positive effect of geographic innovation, as well as R&D expenditure, on TFP. These results are robust for the Gini coefficients and location Herfindahl index, when industry characteristics and heteroskedasticity are by: Product Differentiation, Export Participation and Productivity Growth: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Firms Abstract: In this paper, we investigate how the degree of export participation and product differentiation affect firms’ productivity growth through learning-by-exporting.

    Industrial policy, Structural Change, and Pattern of Industrial Productivity Growth in Taiwan sponsored by Taiwanese government, which is a nonprofit R&D organization engaging in applied research and technical services. ITRI’s main tasks are the undertaking of industry-research technology and product R&D, along with the File Size: 1MB. (Hou and Li, ), we choose R&D expenditure, firm size, and leverage as control variables. We use operating profit as a measure of firm performance (Hax, ). A firm's profit is affected by R&D expenditure, firm size, and financial leverage predominantly (Yuan and Ming, ).File Size: KB.

    Taiwan in the 21st Century (R&D). By the end of the s, Taiwan had increased its formal R&D expenditures to around 2 per cent of GNP. While The widely differing estimates of total factor productivity growth for Taiwan depend very much on how a heterogeneous capital stockFile Size: 5MB. Sales growth is another determinant of R&D expenditure. An increase in sales can be related to R&D expenditure as R&D results in higher productivity due to the spillover mechanism (Coe and Helpman, ). Morbey () found that there was a positive relationship between R&D expenditure and the sales performance of many US organizations.


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Productivity growth and R&D expenditure in Taiwan"s manufacturing firms by Jiann-chyuan Wang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Productivity growth and R & D expenditure in Taiwan's manufacturing firms. [Jiann-chyuan Wang; Kuen-hung Tsai; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. This paper analyses the relationship between productivity growth and R&D expenditure.

A Cobb–Douglas function including R&D intensity is estimated for UK firms. A positive and significant role is found for the firm’s own R&D expenditure in influencing productivity by: Downloadable.

This study sets out to estimate the impact of R&D on productivity within the private sector, with further analysis of the different impacts of R&D in high-tech and conventional firms. The study also aims to estimate the rates of return on R&D investment and total factor productivity at firm level.

Based on a sample of large manufacturing firms listed on the Taiwan Stock. Get this from a library. Productivity growth and R&D expenditure in Taiwan's manufacturing firms. [Jiann-Chyuan Wang; Kuen-Hung Tsai]. Ito, Takatoshi and Andrew K.

Rose (eds.) Growth and productivity in East Asia, NBER--East Asia Seminar on Economics, vol. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Productivity Growth and R&D Expenditure in Taiwan's Manufacturing Firms, Jiann-Chyuan Wang, Kuen-Hung Tsai. in Growth and Productivity in East Asia, Ito and Rose.

Productivity Growth and R&D Expenditure in Taiwan's Manufacturing Firms Jiann-Chyuan Wang, Kuen-Hung Tsai. Chapter in NBER book Growth and Productivity in East Asia (), Takatoshi Ito and Andrew K. Rose, editors (p. - ) Conference held June Productivity Growth and R&D Expenditure in UK Manufacturing Firms by K.

Wakelin Abstract This paper analyses the relationship between productivity growth and R&D expenditure. A Cobb-Douglas function including R&D intensity is estimated for UK firms.

A positive and. Productivity Growth and R&D Expenditure in UK Manufacturing firms Katharine Wakelin MERIT, P.O. BoxMD Maastricht, The Netherlands Tel: +31 43Fax: +31 43Email: [email protected] October, Abstract: This paper analyses the relationship between productivity growth and R&D expenditure at the firm level.

R&D, Size and Firm Growth in Taiwan‘s Electronics Industry Article in Small Business Economics 25(5) February with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Trade Liberalisation and Productivity Growth in Manufacturing: Evidence from Firm-Level Panel Data Article in Economic and political weekly 35(41) January with 79 Reads.

Downloadable. We compute rates of growth in labor productivity during the period for samples of individual manufacturing firms, in both Japan and the U.S., and relate them to differences in the rates of growth in their capital-labor ratios and in their intensities of R&D effort.

Japanese firms spent about as much of their own money on R&D, relative to sales, as did similar Using survey data gathered from high-tech firms in the Haidian District of Beijing, he finds a strong link between private R&D expenditure and firm productivity, but an insignificant effect of government R&D expenditure on productivity.

Government R&D expenditure contributes indirectly to productivity by promoting private R&D by: that the relationship between firm growth and R&D expenditure was significantly positive using the high-tech firm data from U.S.

and Japan. Griliches and Mairesse (), Hall and Mairesse (), Raut () and Yang and Chen () also examined the relationship between R&D and productivity growth of. growth rate of R&D expenditure. As Equation (A.2) shows, the initial stock is given by the firm’s first year R&D expenditure divided by the sum of the growth rate of R&D and the depreciation rate of knowledge capital.

Since our regression sample is not fully balanced, a problem we face in constructing the. The Productivity Impact of R&D Investment: A Comparison between the EU and the US Using data on the US and EU top R&D spenders from untilthis paper investigates the sources of the US/EU productivity gap.

We find robust evidence that US firms have a higher capacity to translate R&D into productivity gains (especially in the high-File Size: KB. R&D, Technology Transfer and Productivity Growth: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Industries 1.

Introduction Technological change is an important determinant of long-run productivity growth and therefore of increases in living standards over time. Research and development (R&D), whichFile Size: KB. R&D company expenditure as a percentage of revenue Research and development (R&D) spending in China in relation to GDPby region Expenditure on national research and development in.

Innovation Strategy and Labor Productivity Growth: Micro Evidence from Taiwanese Manufacturing Firms Provisional version, Septemberplease do not quote Chia-Lin Chang Stéphane Robin IRES – UCL CRESGE Place Montesquieu, 3 1 rue Norbert Ségard Boîte 1 B.P.

B Louvain-la-Neuve F Lille Cedex Tel: +Cited by: 2. This paper assesses productivity spillovers from R&D, exports and the very presence of foreign direct investment (FDI) in China's manufacturing sector, based on a panel of more t indigenous and foreign-invested firms for – There are positive inter-industry productivity spillovers from R&D and exports, and positive intra- and inter-industry productivity spillovers from Cited by: R&D-productivity relationships using data for 40 firms only.

Another purpose of this study is that while the previous studies on R&D-productivity 1 The Nihon Keizai Shimbun Corporation collects and organizes information on individual firms, including their R&D expenditure, and these data are.

This paper investigates the effects of both R&D spillovers and trade patterns on productivity in Korean manufacturing, using industry-level data. The results show that domestic and foreign R&D capital stocks played an important R&D in improving the total factor productivity of Korean manufacturing.

Moreover, productivity is higher in export industries and the more open industries, and Cited by: 9. In the past, driven by production cost advantages and an export-oriented trade policy, the manufacturing sector has always been at the center of Taiwan’s economic development; this was true.Figures show that the amount of R&D expenditure increased steadily from NT$ billion in to NT$ billion in Correspondingly, productivity distributions of manufacturing and technical services firms in Taiwan and find low productivity firms may choose to avoid or exit densely populated regions such as cities or.