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Industry and location effects on UK plants" innovation propensity

Stephen Roper

Industry and location effects on UK plants" innovation propensity

by Stephen Roper

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Published by Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Technological innovations -- Great Britain -- Economic aspects.,
  • Industries -- Great Britain -- Technological innovations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementStephen Roper .... [et al.].
    SeriesWorking paper / Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre -- no.32
    ContributionsNorthern Ireland Economic Research Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18,[7]p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17396436M

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Industry and location effects on UK plants" innovation propensity by Stephen Roper Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper uses UK plant-level survey data to examine the relative importance of industry concentration, technological opportunity and locational factors in determining innovation propensity.

The results suggest no evidence that industry concentration has any significant positive effect on innovation. Industries' technological characteristics are important, however, Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).

This paper uses UK plant-level survey data to examine the relative importance of industry concentration, technological opportunity and locational factors in determining innovation propensity.

The results suggest no evidence that industry concentration has any significant positive effect on innovation. This paper uses UK plant-level survey data to examine the relative importance of industry concentration, technological opportunity and locational factors in Author: Jonathan Lashley. This paper uses UK plant-level survey data to examine the relative importance of industry concentration, technological opportunity and locational factors in.

To view the rest of this content please follow the download PDF link above. Brian Ashcroft & Stephen Roper & Stewart Dunlop & James H. Love, "Industry and location effects on UK plants' innovation propensity," The Annals of Regional Science, Springer;Western Regional Science Association, vol.

34(4), pages Love, James H & Ashcroft, Brian, The main plant-level data source used in the estimation is the Product Development Survey (PDS), which contains comparable information provided by UK plants, German plants and Republic of Ireland businesses (see Roper et al.

()).In the UK, sampling for the PDS was structured by plant sizeband, industry and ‘super-region’.In Germany, the original Cited by: Stephen Roper () "Recruitment Methods and Vacancy Duration ", Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 35, 1, Journal Items. Xia, T.

and Roper, S. () "Worlds apart. A comparison of the new product development strategies of biopharmaceutical firms in Europe and the USA", Industry and Innovation, Vol, No.6, Data for the estimation are taken from the product development survey (PDS), a postal survey which provides comparable information on the export and innovation activities of approximately UK manufacturing plants and German plants (see Roper et al.,Love and Roper, ).This was equivalent to a response rate of % in Germany and % in the UK Cited by: 2.

industry-level data to better understand the industry contributions to market sector innovation Again we provide data at the industry level, consistently aggregated to the market sector, so that we can work out the contributions of each industry to overall growth and innovation.

Research and development (R&D) is a critical factor in sustaining a firm’s competitive advantage. Accurate measurement of R&D productivity and investigation of its influencing factors are of value for R&D productivity improvements. This study is divided into two sections.

The first section outlines the innovation and commercialization stages of firm-level R&D by: 9. The economic explanation of the average marginal effects is that a doubling of predicted R&D intensity is associated with a percentage points (pp) rise in the probability of reporting a product innovation, pp increase of a process innovation, pp rise of an organizational innovation, and a pp increase of a marketing Author: Jianhua Zhang, Mohammad Shahidul Islam.

The UK Plant Breeding Sector and Innovation 3 The indirect benefit of genetic improvement from plant breeding is substantial through yield and quality improvements and increased resilience to changing climatic conditions.

The food supply chain contributes 7% of gross value added to the UK economy (£ billion) and most. To study the effects of new information technologies (IT) on productivity, we have assembled a unique data set on plants in one narrowly defined industry—valve manufacturing—and analyze several plant-level mechanisms through which IT could promote productivity growth.

The empirical analysis reveals three main results. It compares these with broader research on the economic impact that comes from innovation. See the second phase of the analysis, ‘ Business innovation: effect of Author: Department For Business, Innovation & Skills.

Industry compensation under relocation risk: a firm-level analysis of the EU emissions trading scheme. Article (Published version) (Refereed) compensation under relocation risk: a firm Original citation: Martin, Ralf, Muuls, Mirabelle, de Preux, Laure B.

and Wagner, Ulrich J. () Industry -level analysis of the EU emissions trading scheme. Apriland provides an understanding of its effects at a company, industry and national scale. We aim to measure background levels and practices for UK innovation prior to the scheme, and devise metrics for its measurement before its effects are seen.

Quantitative data from patent databases, company financial. to the world while its effects on process innovation and any product innovation are relatively much weaker.

Moreover, there is little evidence that grant receipt has differential effects between small to medium. To study the effects of new information technologies (IT) on productivity, we have assembled a unique data set on plants in one narrowly defined industry – valve manufacturing – and analyze several plant-level mechanisms through which IT could promote productivity growth.

The empirical analysis reveals three main results. First, plants that. Saxenian () examines the density of high-technology industry and the production of innovation in Silicon Valley and Boston’s Route Glaeser () points to New York City’s historical agglomerations in the garment and publishing industries and the relationship of these clusters to the city’s role as the nation’s premier port.

Purpose: Innovation, including product, process, marketing, and organizational innovation within a firm, is considered as one of essential component for surviving and innovation activities create value and competitive advantages for successful organizations; therefore, understanding the organization’s overall innovation is the first and foremost to understand the .relation between incentives and innovative propensity are managerial support, task stability and width of role.

Keywords: incentives, motivation, innovative propensity, innovation 1. Introduction Innovation is a fundamental strategic asset for all organisations (Barsh et. The aim of this report was to understand both the structure and importance of UK plant breeding, as well as current innovation : Intellectual Property Office.