R&D, Industry Dynamics and Public Policy

Project managerKnut Røed
ClientNorges forskningsråd
Client project no.
ParticipantsHelge Berglann
Bernt Bratsberg
Anel Finci
Rolf Golombek
Michal Kaut
Dan Li
Anton Giulio Manganelli
Anja Grinde Myrann
Tore Nilssen
Jens Fredrik B. Skogstrøm
Kjetil Storesletten
Steinar Strøm
Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe
Stein W. Wallace
Period2007 - 2010 (ended)

Project description

The purpose of this project is to provide new and reliable evidence regarding the determinants of research, development, and entrepreneurship, as well as their causal impact on industry and worker dynamics. The empirical analyses are based on a new longitudinal dataset covering the period from 1995 to 2005, combining complete administrative registers of firms, individuals, and R&D activities in Norway. On the basis of our empirical findings, the projects aim at contributing actively to the development of relevant economic theory, particularly within the field of R&D and industry dynamics in relationship to frictional labor markets.


Scientific Journal

Berglann, H., E.R. Moen, K. Røed and J.F. SkogstrømEntrepreneurship: Origins and Returns2011Labour Economics Vol 18(2), 180-193[PDF] [DOI]

Frisch Working Paper

Li, DanJob Reallocation and Labour Mobility among Heterogeneous Firms in Norway2010No. 1[PDF]
Berglann, HelgePatenter i modeller med teknologisk vekst – en litteraturoversikt med vekt på klimapolitikk2008No. 4[PDF]
Manganelli, Anton GiulioThe R&D of Norwegian Firms: an Empirical Analysis2008No. 5[PDF]

Other publications

Berglann, H., Moen, E., Røed, K., og J.F. SkogstrømEntrepreneurship: Origins and Returns2009
Irarrazabal, Alfonso, Andreas Moxnes and Karen Helene Ulltveit-MoeHeterogeneous firms or heterogeneous workers? Implications for the exporter premium and the impact of labor reallocation on productivity2009CEPR Discussion paper series no 7577[PDF]