The economic gap between East and West Germany
in: DW News, October 3, 2023
This paper finds that worsened bilateral political relations between the US and foreign host countries harm the innovation of US multinational firms that conduct offshore R&D.
Does regulation affect the pace and nature of innovation and if so, by how much? We build a tractable and quantifiable endogenous growth model with size-contingent regulations.
An active debate has centered on the importance of manufacturing for driving innovation in the U.S. economy. This paper offers an alternative framework that focuses on the role of suppliers of goods and services (the “supply chain economy”) in national performance.
We study the effects of financial and technological innovation by banks on local competition for deposits and credit supply.
Using a unique setting in Antebellum America, this paper provides new evidence on how access to finance impacts technological innovation.
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