2006
DOI: 10.22163/fteval.2006.168
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Abstract: Abstract:This paper discusses conceptual frameworks for measuring the effects of innovation policy and begins with applying conventional descriptive methods to explore how firms rate and rank the merits of public intervention. Based on survey data from some 1200 Austrian firms we then challenge the hypothetical survey question ("What would you have done if public support was denied?") by comparing the respective answers with changes that actually occurred when public assistance was refused. This is a contribut… Show more

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“…Falk (2007) finds that scope additionalities arise, in the form of more cooperation or more challenging R&D projects, when multiple policy interventions or continuous public support is provided. Autio et al (2008) show that collaborative R&D programs, by enhancing the identification of subsidized firms with a community of practice, enhance learning outcomes in these firms.…”
Section: Public Subsidies and Randd Employmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Falk (2007) finds that scope additionalities arise, in the form of more cooperation or more challenging R&D projects, when multiple policy interventions or continuous public support is provided. Autio et al (2008) show that collaborative R&D programs, by enhancing the identification of subsidized firms with a community of practice, enhance learning outcomes in these firms.…”
Section: Public Subsidies and Randd Employmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…From the perspective of behavioural additionality scope effects are also an important dimension of the impact of R&D subsidies (Falk, 2007). The existence of scope effects means that new objectives are added to projects, including new research areas that are beyond the key competences of firms and that involve greater difficulties and new technology or research fields (Falk, 2007;Georghiu et., al., 2004;Wanzenböck et al, 2013).…”
Section: Public Subsidies Randd Projects and Human Resourcesmentioning
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“…One example here is Falk (2007) who defines BA as a broad category that includes scope and acceleration additionality (i.e. if the measure encourages the firms to conduct their projects in a bigger scope and faster than it would have been) as well as cognitive capacity additionality (i.e.…”
Section: The Concept Of Ba In the Academic Literaturementioning
confidence: 99%