Jessica T. Simes

Adjunct Associate Research Scholar

Lael E. H. Chester

Senior Staff Associate

Doctoral Dissertation Research: The direct and indirect effect of innovation subsidies

Government subsidies to support innovation in firms are a widespread policy. However, little is known about their effectiveness to promote technological upgrading and boost firm performance in developing countries. The existing rigorous studies about this type of intervention are focused on developed countries and high-tech industries, and infer technological improvement from patents and R&D expenditure.

David Alfaro Serrano

PhD Student
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