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|Title:||R&D and technology transfer: Firm-level evidence from Chinese industry|
|Authors:||Hu, A.G.Z. |
|Citation:||Hu, A.G.Z., Jefferson, G.H., Jinchang, Q. (2005-11). R&D and technology transfer: Firm-level evidence from Chinese industry. Review of Economics and Statistics 87 (4) : 780-786. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1162/003465305775098143|
|Abstract:||In bridging the technology gap with the OECD nations, developing economies have access to three avenues of technological advance: domestic R&D, technology transfer, and foreign direct investment. This paper examines the contributions of each of these avenues, as well as their interactions, to productivity within Chinese industry. Based on a large data set for China's large and medium-size enterprises, the estimation results show that in-house R&D significantly complements technology transfer - whether of domestic or foreign origin. Foreign direct investment, which we assume is an important channel of proprietary technology transfer, does not facilitate the transfer of market-mediated foreign technology.|
|Source Title:||Review of Economics and Statistics|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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