English, Article edition: The relationship between R&D concentration and industry R&D intensity: a simple model and some evidence Chang-Yang Lee; Jaesun Noh

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  • The relationship between R&​D concentration and industry R&​D intensity: a simple model and some evidence
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  • Chang-Yang Lee
  • Jaesun Noh
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  • This study aims to demonstrate that the concentration (or distribution) of firm R&​D intensities within an industry is closely related to the overall R&​D intensity of the industry. Unlike the well-studied relationship between sales concentration, or market structure, and industry R&​D intensity, the relationship between the concentration of R&​D in an industry and its overall R&​D intensity has not been explored before. We present a simple model of industry R&​D intensity, in which R&​D concentration, R&​D appropriability, and industry-wide technological opportunities jointly determine industry R&​D intensity. In particular, we show that, all else being equal, the more skewed the distribution of firm R&​D intensities, the higher the level of industry R&​D intensity. We use a six-year panel dataset on the R&​D intensities, R&​D appropriability, and technological opportunities of four-digit SIC Korean manufacturing industries during the period 1991-1996.
  • skew distribution, R&​D concentration, R&​D appropriability, technological opportunity, industry R&​D intensity,
  • RePEc:taf:ecinnt:v:18:y:2009:i:4:p:353-368
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  • English
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