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“…Much of the previous literature confirms the importance of policies in R&D, stressing that public R&D can compensate for a firm's underinvestment as caused by technological uncertainty, market imperfections, and failure in the knowledge market [11,30,53,6]. Lively discussions on market-pull policies address the role of policy on R&D based on theoretical research.…”
Section: Static and Dynamic Impact Of Renewable Energy Policymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Much of the previous literature confirms the importance of policies in R&D, stressing that public R&D can compensate for a firm's underinvestment as caused by technological uncertainty, market imperfections, and failure in the knowledge market [11,30,53,6]. Lively discussions on market-pull policies address the role of policy on R&D based on theoretical research.…”
Section: Static and Dynamic Impact Of Renewable Energy Policymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The size of the private party could also have a positive impact, as larger private sector entities have multiple opportunities to invest in incremental innovation, while smaller firms have been acknowledged to be more aggressive (cf. Aschhoff and Sofka, 2009). Repeat awards may also lead to the same outcome.…”
Section: Verifying Findingsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We explore the use of demand-side instruments in municipalities to promote the adoption and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies. This research explores three distinct demand-side tools: (1) procurement, (2) voluntary standards and incentives, and (3) regulations in the context of technology life cycles (Aschhoff and Sofka, 2008;Kim, 2003) providing a model for conceptualizing the utility of these different instruments to achieve municipal, corporate and technology strategy objectives in the context of the s-curve.…”
Section: Demand Side Innovation Policy and Sustainable Developmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Researchers have begun to consider other demand-side tools for stimulating innovation at a municipality's disposal, such as regulation and standards (Aschhoff and Sofka, 2008). We want to differentiate between voluntary standards and mandatory standards as the latter we address below under regulation.…”
Section: Voluntary Standards and Incentivesmentioning
confidence: 99%