2 edition of Innovation and export performance in Canadian manufacturing found in the catalog.
Innovation and export performance in Canadian manufacturing
|Statement||by Petr Hanel and Kristian Palda.|
|Series||Discussion paper -- no. 209, Discussion paper (Economic Council of Canada) -- no. 209.|
|Contributions||Palda, Kristian S., 1928-, Economic Council of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
The relevant literature is conflicted about the direction of causality between innovation and exports. In this paper we attempt to shed light on this relationship by setting a theoretical framework where a two-way causality is hypothesized to exist between these two firm activities. In addition, the role of firm age is highlighted as firms at different stages of their life cycle may face. Moreover, along with R&D intensity, other qualitative indicators of innovation are taken into account. On the basis of Probit and Tobit estimates, it emerges that the determinants of export performance change according to the size of firms. In particular, only for small firms the relationship between size and export performance is positive.
Canadian manufacturing has a future, but success will depend on building products differently. Ultimately, innovation will drive the productivity improvements that are required if Canadian. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Innovation height spillovers and TFP growth at the firm level: Evidence from French manufacturing, Economics of Innovation and New Technol Edquist, C., Downloadable! Both exports and innovation (in particular, research and development) are key factors for the growth of firms and economies, but there has been little study of their combined impact on them, especially in developing countries. This article uses plant-level data from Chile to examine the relationship between productivity, R&D expenditure, and exports.
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This book documents progress in four interrelated fields: investigation of the use of new indicators of innovation output investigation of determinants of innovative behaviour the role of spillovers, the public knowledge infrastructure and research and development collaboration The impact of innovation on firm performance Written by.
The book analyzes how manufacturing firms bring new and improved products and production processes to the market. It examines sources of innovative ideas and technologies; the role of R&D activity; Innovation and export performance in Canadian manufacturing book use of patent protection and other government policies; and the effect of innovation on employment and various performance indicators such as profitability and export performance.
The emergence of new firm-level data, including the European Community Innovation Survey (CIS), has led to a surge of studies on innovation and firm behaviour. This book documents progress in four interrelated fields: * investigation of the use of new indicators of innovation output * investigation of determinants of innovative behaviour * the role of spillovers, the public knowledge.
Using comparable plant-level surveys we demonstrate significant differences between the determinants of export performance among the UK and German manufacturing plants. Product innovation, however measured, has a strong effect on the probability and propensity to export in both by: The idea that export performance is positively related to creativity is not new.
Wakelin (), in addition to surveying the literature on technology and trade, finds that technology gaps are important for trade for various sectors in some OECD countries, and that innovative efforts are generally more important for trade performance than Cited by: Innovation is widely regarded as one of the most important sources of sustainable competitive advantage in an increasingly changing environment, because it leads to product and process improvements, makes continuous advances that helps firms to survive, allows firms to grow more quickly, be more efficient, and ultimately be more profitable than non-innovators.
This paper uses a two-digit – panel dataset to empirically investigate the impact of domestic innovation efforts, innovation capability, foreign knowledge spillovers and technology transfer on export performance of large-and-medium-sized industrial enterprises (LMEs) in China.
innovation and export rather than between productivity and export incorporate an important aspect mentioned by Crespi et al. () by linking the way in which export affects innovation directly to the types of source of information used by firms.
Thus, while earlier studies only looked at how such information sources were related to export. 1. Introduction. According to Woodward (), one of the reasons for companies to undertake innovations is to achieve higher though innovation is mainly related to the efforts of individual companies, it has become the central driver of a country's social welfare and economic growth (); therefore, many nations strive to obtain a competitive advantage in the global innovation.
French rm-level export data); and with country-level data (primarily GDP). To disentangle the direction of causality between innovation and export performance, we construct a rm-level export demand variable followingMayer et al.().
This variable responds to aggregate conditions in a rm’s export destinations but is exogenous to rm-level. External sources. Links to external sources of detailed and up-to-date manufacturing-related statistics. Canadian Industry Statistics: Manufacturing (NAICS 31–33) Get data on employment, salaries and wages, manufacturing costs, performance, capital investment, and other information on the Canadian manufacturing sector, from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada's Canadian.
Traditional export models fall short of explaining the marked increase in exports of the Asian miracle economies in the post‐WWII period. A model showing that exports are driven by innovations, innovative competitiveness, demand and price competitiveness is estimated for China, India, Korea, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan over the period – The objective of the paper is to examine the influence of innovation measures on the export intensity of Italian high technology small and medium firms.
In fact, despite a growing number of empirical studies attempting to guide the approximation of the value of innovation and its relative impact on the export intensity, a distinction between innovation input and output indicators, both.
Canadian and US export and import data, using gravity equations on the direction of trade (i.e., from province to province or to US state). The literature on export demand regressions found three main results on Canadian export performance: There was evidence that the commodity boom pushed out manufacturing exports.
Understanding innovation in Canadian industry. [Fred Gault; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Print book: Essay: EnglishView all editions and Firms in Canada / Petr Hanel --Innovation and Labour Skills / Daood Hamdani --Canada and Europe --Comparing the Innovation Performance of Manufacturing Firms in Canada and in Selected European.
Ottawa, Decem — In a report published today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce argues that the only way for Canadian companies to compete and win in modern manufacturing is through a strong commitment to innovation. Today, however, Canada’s innovation rank—a key component of competitiveness—is troublesome.
Ranked 22nd in the world by the World Economic Forum for its. Get this from a library. Innovation and knowledge creation in an open economy: Canadian industry and international implications. [John R Baldwin; Petr Hanel] -- "This study of innovation - its intensity, the sources used for knowledge creation, and its impacts - is based on a comprehensive survey of innovation in Canadian manufacturing firms.
Dynamic Capabilities, Innovation and Organizational Learning: Interrelations and Impact on Firm Performance. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences,Guan, J. & Ma, N. Innovative capability and export performance of Chinese firms. Technovation, 23(9), John Baldwin & Wulong Gu, "Export-market participation and productivity performance in Canadian manufacturing," Canadian Journal of Economics, Canadian Economics Association, vol.
36(3), pagesAugust. Frances Ruane & Ali Ugur, Canadian Manufacturing magazine is the top source for daily industry-focused news in Canada. We cover the world of manufacturing across all the sector’s industries, and we share stories that. Downloadable (with restrictions)!
In this paper, we explore the linkages between export-market participation and productivity performance in Canadian manufacturing plants.
We also examine differences in the relationship between exporting and productivity for foreign-controlled as opposed to domestic-controlled plants, and between younger and older plants.The book is about innovation and it examines the whole process, from sources of innovative ideas and technologies, the role of R & D activity, the use of patent protection and other government policies, to the effect of innovation on employment and various performance indicators such as profitability and export performance.Abstract.
Objective: The main objective of this paper is to verify empirically the relationship between various forms of innovation and export performance of firms from European and Central Asian (ECA) countries.
Research Design & Methods: In our empirical approach we refer to the self-selection hypothesis derived from the Melitz () model which proposed the existence of a positive.