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R & D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in Indian industry

Rakesh Basant

R & D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in Indian industry

some explorations

by Rakesh Basant

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Published by United Nations University, Institute for New Technologies in Maastricht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International business enterprises -- India.,
  • Technology -- India.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rakesh Basant
    SeriesUNU/INTECH working paper -- no. 8
    ContributionsUnited Nations University., Institute for New Technologies (Maastricht, Netherlands)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT"173.8"I57"W67"No. 8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 46 p.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20691111M

    Since , China has had a policy in place “to encourage tech transfer from abroad and to force foreign companies to transfer their R&D operations to China in exchange for access to China’s large volume markets,” reported R&D Magazine in its review of global R&D. “ Global R&D Funding Forecast,” R&D Magazine, December NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in April NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Program. This paper presents estimates of the productivity and factor bias effects of interindustry R&D spillovers for five high-tech industries. Each industry is distinguished as a separate spillover source.   Outbound Foreign Direct Investment from China and India: The Role of Country-specific Factors Show all authors. which are unique in many ways, it is not meaningful to make a straightforward comparison of outbound foreign direct investment (FDI) experience of the two countries. ‘ Foreign Firms and Inter-industry Spillovers in Indian Author: Khanindra Ch. Das, Nilanjan Banik.   T1 - Intra-industry knowledge spillovers from foreign direct investment in research and development. T2 - Evidence from China's "Silicon Valley" AU - Todo, Yasuyuki. AU - Zhang, Weiying. AU - Zhou, Lei An. PY - /8/1. Y1 - /8/1Cited by:

    As spending on R&D continues to increase and the scope of R&D activities widens, familiarity with its accounting and tax treatment becomes more important. At present, U.S. GAAP for R&D is governed almost entirely by SFAS 2 and S but R&D performed outside the U.S. may be subject to IAS 38 or other rules.


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R & D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in Indian industry by Rakesh Basant Download PDF EPUB FB2

Whether foreign technology - purhased or copied - complements or substitutes in-house R&D. The issue is particularly relevant in the context of India today as it is introducing a series of liberalisation measures.

It is also related to the current concerns of develo ped and less developed countries regarding international trade and Intellectual PropertyFile Size: KB. technology purchase expenditures, and foreign and domestic R&D spillovers on produc - tivity at the micro level using panel data for Indian manufacturing firms for the period to and international R&D and patent data from 9 countries.

Basant R, Fikkert B () The effects of R&D, foreign technology purchase and domestic and international spillovers on productivity in Indian Firms. Rev Econ Statis – CrossRef Google Scholar Birkinshaw JM, Morrison AJ () Configuration of strategy and structure in subsidiaries of multinational : Maitri Ghosh, Saikat Sinha Roy.

ductivity of fimns' own R&D expenditures, their technology purchase (TP) expenditures, and foreign and domestic R&D spillovers using panel data for Indian manufacturing fms from the period to and R&D data from 9 countries.

The results indicate that when all of the industries are examined together there are high, private rates. Using panel data on Indian firms from tothe authors provide estimates of the impact on output of Indian firms' R&D expenditures, their technology purchases, and international and domestic R&D spillovers.

The private returns to technology purchases are estimated to be high and statistically significant, while the private returns to firms' own R&D expenditures. Technology Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry Susan E.

Feinberg* UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND IMPERIAL COLLEGE We examine whether knowledge spillovers from MNCs' local R&D activities benefit domestic firms in the Indian pharmaceutical industry from In a policy envi.

R&D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in indian industry: some explorations / by Rakesh Basant. Technology Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in the Indian Manufacturing Industry Article (PDF Available) in Journal of International Business Studies 32(3).

called “technology spillovers” (Romer, ). With the rapid pace of economic integration in recent decades, increase in productivity in a country not only relies on domestic R&D but also on foreign R&D through interaction with foreign economies. Keller () pointed out that the major.

Using firm-level panel data on Czech manufacturing firms between andI find that: (i) the learning effect of R&D is far more important than the innovative effect in explaining the productivity growth of a firm, (ii) there is no evidence of technology spillovers to local firms from having a foreign joint venture partner, (iii Cited by: However, to analyze the FDI and technology spillovers across manufacturing industries the relevant regressors are foreign presence, technological gap, market concentration, the real gross capital stock, capital intensity, R&D intensity of the domestic and foreign firms and technology import intensity of the domestic and foreign firms.

BasantR&D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in Indian industry: Some explorations Working Paper No. 8, United Nations University Institute of New Technologies, Maastricht ()Cited by: R&D and technology spillovers via FDI: Innovation and absorptive capacity Yuko Kinoshita ∗ CERGE-EI, CEPR and WDIƒ November Abstract TwofacesofR&D(innovationandlearning) andtechnologyspillovers from FDI (foreign direct investment) on a Þrm™s productivity growth by:   Basant, R.

R&D, foreign technology purchase and technology spillovers in Indian industry: Some explorations (Working Paper No. Maastricht: United Nations University Institute of New Technologies (UNU/INTECH). Google ScholarAuthor: Rakesh Basant. technology spillovers.

Here, we move away from the conventional method of measuring firm level capabilities by current internal R&D activities of the domestic firms (Kathuria, ,) or by the technology gap between foreign and domestic firms (Behera et al., ).

Basant, Rakesh & Fikkert, Brian, "The Effects of R&D, Foreign Technology Purchase, and Domestic and International Spillovers on Productivity in Indian Firms," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol. 78(2), pagesMay. Petr Hanel, Cited by: 1. The paper attempts to analyze the spillover effect of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)across Indian manufacturing industries.

Foreign presence by way of FDI brings new channels of technology spillover to the domestic industrial firms in the form of enhanced efficiency and diffusion of knowledge in the longrun. Foreign direct investment and technology spillovers: growth of domestic firms in the same industry.

We also find that spillovers through backward and forward observe the advanced technology used by foreign-invested firms, the faster does domestic technology level grow.

Wang () extends Findlay's model by establishing a link between File Size: KB. 6 Information Technology and Research and Development Impacts on Productivity and Skills: Looking for Correlations on French Firm-Level Data; 7 The Determinants of the Adoption of Information Technology: A Case Study of the Indian Garments Industry; 8 Computers and Economic Growth in Finland.

This paper hypothesizes that the incidence of technology spillovers from foreign direct investment (FDI) is conditional upon the technology content of domestic firms and structure of foreign ownership in affiliates. Firstly, technology content of domestic firms is different across industries which can influence the technology spillovers from FDI.

R&D, Foreign Technology Purchase and Technology Spillovers in Indian Industry: Some Explorations,” (). Research Expenditures and Growth Accounting,"Author: CHANG Chia Lin and ROBIN Stephane.

R&D, Technology Imports and Total Factor Productivity in Indian Manufacturing: Revisited Maitri Ghosh and Rudra Prosad Roy 1** (Preliminary Draft) Abstract: The paper investigates into the impact of imported foreign technology and To tal Factor Productivity on firm -level R&D intensity in Indian manufacturing during post-reforms.

This paper assesses productivity spillovers from R&D, exports and the very presence of foreign direct investment (FDI) in China's manufacturing sector, based on a panel of more t indigenous and foreign-invested firms for – There are positive inter-industry productivity spillovers from R&D and exports, and positive intra- and inter-industry productivity spillovers Cited by: internal R&D effort.

This belief in the crowding-out effect of foreign technology on indigenous R&D effort motivated earlier efforts by the Indian government to restrict the purchase of foreign technology (Deolalikar and Evenson, ).

However, technology transfer and R&D can also share a complementary relationship. Cohen and Levinthal. TECHNOLOGY SPILLOVER AND DETERMINANTS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT 59 presence, and two industrial characteristics of Indian manufacturing industries. Section 3 discusses the empirical framework of the study.

Section 4 discusses the econometric approaches of the simultaneous equation models, followed by a discussion of the data. Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Spillovers in the Turkish Manufacturing Industry: /ch Technology spillovers from foreign to local firms in emerging economies are considered to be the most important channel through which Foreign DirectCited by: 6.

(R&D). Given its non-rivalrous nature, knowledge also spills via various channels, including R&D, international trade and foreign direct investment (FDI). There are respective strands of literature on knowledge spillovers from R&D, international trade and FDI, but few studies examine these channels within a single framework.

The effects of R&D, foreign technology purchase, and domestic and international spillovers on productivity in Indian firms’, (). The era of open innovation’. International technology spillovers and manufacturing performance in Indonesia / by Jojo Jacob.

– Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, – Proefschrift. - ISBN ISBN NUR Keywords: Technology spillovers / Manufacturing performance / Indonesia Printed at Ridderprint Cover design by Connection. Wang Wei, Yapa M.W.Y. Bandara, in WTO Accession and Socio-Economic Development in China, 2 EFFECT OF SPILLOVERS ON TECHNOLOGY PROGRESS.

The FDI spillover effect is considered to be the outcome of FDI on technological progress (Harrison and McMillan ).This is an important aspect of FDI inflows for a recipient economy, in terms of medium.

The objective of the intensification of reforms in India's trade, technology and industry policies in was to make Indian industry competitive. In the light of these attempted changes, the present paper tested two hypotheses, namely (a) whether liberalisation has improved the productivity of local firms; and (b) whether the spillovers from Cited by: private, public and foreign R&D all contribute to increases in MFP.

OECD countries where business expenditure on R&D relative to GDP increased most from the s to the s had the largest increases in MFP growth. There is a link between the conduct of R&D and the ability of countries, sectors and firms to identify and adapt new Size: KB. productivity and the R&D had absorption effect on FDI.

When making regression analysis, the R&D spending accounted for the proportion of the added value (R&D/Y) and the R&D/Y interaction item with FDI was introduced into the regression model to research whether the R&D and technology innovation absorbed the FDI’s technology spillovers (Ping.

This paper explores the horizontal and vertical technology spillover effect of foreign direct investment (FDI) across Indian manufacturing industries.

On the basis of Pedroni cointegration tests, we find that technology spillovers can be transmitted via all kinds of intermediate factors. We find that the horizontal foreign presence and inter-industry foreign presence have. R&D, Technology Transfer and Productivity Growth: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Industries Abstract: Based on an industry-level data set for Chinese large- and medium-size manufacturing enterprises over the period of –, the paper investigates the impacts of three technology acquisition channels, i.e.

in-house R&D, foreign File Size: KB. These movements tend to erode excess returns."Spillovers" of R&D are modelled by examining whether the R&D of neighboring firms in technology space has an observable impact on the firm's R&D success.

Firms whose neighbors do much R&D produce more patents per dollar of their own R&D,with a positive interaction that gives high R&D firms the. Existing empirical evidence focusing on technology spillovers from FDI is inconclusive (Gorg and Greenaway, ) Most studies in the literature have focused on measuring horizontal spillovers (intra-industry spillovers) Another effect of FDI: vertical spillovers (inter-industry spillovers).

Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment, Spillovers, Technical Efficiency I- INTRODUCTION Economists have been debating for many decades about the impact of technology transfer on developing countries, which are often characterized by low R&D investments.

Multinationals and foreign direct investment (FDI) are indeed expected to contribute to their. 1. Introduction. In modern growth theory, technological spillovers are among the key sources of growth. 1 In the Gerschenkronian tradition, one of the important potential sources of catch-up in technologically backward economies is international technology and knowledge spillovers from the advanced economies.

A similar reasoning can be applied to by: 7. Knowledge spillover is an exchange of ideas among individuals. In knowledge management economics, knowledge spillovers are non-rival knowledge market costs incurred by a party not agreeing to assume the costs that has a spillover effect of stimulating technological improvements in a neighbor through one's own innovation.

Such innovations often come from specialization within an industry. to analyze technological catch-up and productivity spillovers from inward FDI.

Section 3 provides an overview of foreign investment policies and FDI in ows in India, discusses the data set, presents descriptive statistics, and discusses potential issues in the estimation procedure. Empirical ndings are presented in Section 4. Section 5 concludes.This study investigates the impact of clusters, FDI, R&D, and GDP per capita on innovation.

Using a unique panel dataset obtained from eight developing countries with similar innovation levels that are in and out of economic clusters from Author: Durmuş Çağrı Yıldırım, Korhan Arun.Technology creation in Latin American manufacturing industries.

New York: St. Martin's Press. Google Scholar; Kinoshita Y. Technology spillovers through foreign direct investment. Working paper, CERGE-EI, Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education of Charles University, Geneva.

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