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    Title: Does Reverse Causality Explain the Relationship Between Economic Performance and Technological Diversity?
    Authors: 李沛錞
    Moaniba, Igam M.;Su*, Hsin-Ning;Lee, Pei-Chun
    Contributors: 圖檔所
    Keywords: technological diversity;economic performance;patent;reverse causality
    Date: 2018-05
    Issue Date: 2019-09-19 09:47:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Previous studies have highlighted technological innovation as a key instrument for economic development. However, although the relationship between innovation and economic growth has been extensively explored, few studies have investigated the impacts of crucial dimensions of innovation on economic growth. This paper presents one of the first empirical attempts to analyze how the “diversity” aspect of technological progress (or innovation) influences economic performance by considering the possible bidirectional causal effects between these two factors. A series of econometric techniques, including a two-stage-least-squares instrumental variable and dynamic autoregressive distributed lag model, are applied on a dataset of 55 countries. The dataset includes patent data from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and combined macroeconomic data from the World Bank’s development indicators and International Monetary Fund’s economic outlook databases. The results show that generally, technological diversity does not directly affect economic growth. By contrast, a negative effect of diversity on GDP per capita is observed in nonhigh-income countries. This study contributes to the macroeconomics and innovation management literature by providing an integrated empirical application of various popular firm management theories and a well-known endogenous economic growth theory.
    Relation: Technological and Economic Development of Economy, Vol.24, No.3, pp.859-892
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.3846/tede.2018.1429
    DOI: 10.3846/tede.2018.1429
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