publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Preprint . 2001

"Do non-R&D intensive industries benefit of spillovers from public research? The case of the Agro-food industry

Mangematin, Vincent; Mandran, Nadine;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2001
  • Publisher: Palgrave
Abstract
The agro-food industry is a sector in which the percentage of firms which have done innovation in the past three years is high, whereas they have a low research capacity. According to an innovation survey (1986-90) in France, 70% of agro-food firms which responded in the Community Innovation Survey (CIS), reported innovations while less than 5% of them had internal research capacities. Our paper models estimates of determinants of innovation in the agro-food industry. Based on the comparison of several French databases (annual survey on firms, on innovation, on R&D in firms, on R&D in academic labs), it explores the determinants of innovation: sources of innovat...
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free text keywords: [SHS.GESTION]Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration
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Jaffe, A., (1989), “Real effects of academic research”, American Economic Review, 79(5) : 958-970.

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Abstract
The agro-food industry is a sector in which the percentage of firms which have done innovation in the past three years is high, whereas they have a low research capacity. According to an innovation survey (1986-90) in France, 70% of agro-food firms which responded in the Community Innovation Survey (CIS), reported innovations while less than 5% of them had internal research capacities. Our paper models estimates of determinants of innovation in the agro-food industry. Based on the comparison of several French databases (annual survey on firms, on innovation, on R&D in firms, on R&D in academic labs), it explores the determinants of innovation: sources of innovat...
Subjects
free text keywords: [SHS.GESTION]Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration
Related Organizations

Acs, Z., D. Audrestsch, and M. Feldman, (1994), “R&D spillovers and the recipient firm size”, Review of economics and statistics, 76(2) : 336-340. [OpenAIRE]

Acs, Z. J., and D. B. Audretsch, (1988), “Innovation in Large and Small Firms: An Empirical Analysis”, American Economic Review, 78(4) : 678-90. [OpenAIRE]

Arora, A., and A. Gambardella, (1994), “Evaluating technological information and utilizing it”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 24 : 91-114. [OpenAIRE]

Audretsch, D., and P. Stephan, (1995), Company scientist locational links : the case of biotechnology, , CEPR working paper.

Benzecri J.P. et al., 1973, L'Analyse des données, vol 2: l'analyse des correspondances. Paris: Dunod.

Celeux, G. N., J.P., (1994), Analyze discriminante sur variables qualitatives, Paris: Polytechica.

Cohen, W., (1995), 'Empirical studies of innovative activity', P. Stoneman (Eds), Handbook of The Economics of Innovation and Technological Change. London, Blackwel, pp. 182-263.

Cohen, W. M., and D. A. Levinthal, (1989), “Innovation and Learning : The Two Faces of R&D”, Economic Journal, 99 : 569-596. [OpenAIRE]

Cohen, W. M., and D. A. Levinthal, (1990), “ Absorptive capacity, a new perspective of learning and innovation”, Administrative Science Quarterly, 35 : 128-152.

Feldman, M., (1994), The Geography of Innovation, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Jaffe, A., (1989), “Real effects of academic research”, American Economic Review, 79(5) : 958-970.

Jaffe, A., M. Trajtenberg, and R. Henderson, (1993), “Geographic localization of knowledge spillovers as evidence by patent citations”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 108(3) : 577-598.

Kérihuel, A., (1995), 'L'innovation dans les industries agro-alimentaires', Sessi (Eds), L'innovation technologique. Paris, Dunod, pp. 307-310.

0.18 0.42 0.58 0.19 0.42 0.72 0.61 0.43 0.82 Cluster 4 /cluster 1 Cluster 3 /cluster 1 Cluster 5 /cluster 1 Cluster 3 /cluster 1 Cluster 5 /cluster 1 Cluster 3 /cluster 1 Cluster 5 /cluster 1 0.322 0.18 0.44 0.61

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publication . Part of book or chapter of book . Preprint . 2001

"Do non-R&D intensive industries benefit of spillovers from public research? The case of the Agro-food industry

Mangematin, Vincent; Mandran, Nadine;