Innovation indicators and performance – An analysis for Danish firms

  • Bloch C
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This paper analyses the impact of innovation on growth for Danish firms, and how innovation indicators can be used to aid in this analysis. Drawing on other recent international studies, we examine classifications of innovative firms based on a number of factors that can impact innovation performance, among these the roles of novelty and in-house development, formal or creative innovation activity and collaboration with others, non-technological innovation and innovation drivers. Thereafter we analyse the impact of these factors on innovation performance and productivity, drawing on recent versions of the Crepon, Duguet and Mairesse (CDM) model which examine the relation between innovation, knowledge production and productivity. Paper

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  • Carter Bloch

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