Highlights: Paper empirically confirms firms in clusters to be subject to another cluster premium. Shows that firms in technology clusters are more likely to receive support from the 6th EU-Framework Programmes but not from national subsidization schemes. Finds firms in clusters to be less intensively embedded into nationally subsidized networks of R&D collaboration whereby they nevertheless hold more central positions. Finds firms in clusters to frequently utilize national subsidization programs for collaboration with public research organizations (not universities).

Another cluster premium: Innovation subsidies and R&D collaboration networks

MORRISON, ANDREA
2015

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Highlights: Paper empirically confirms firms in clusters to be subject to another cluster premium. Shows that firms in technology clusters are more likely to receive support from the 6th EU-Framework Programmes but not from national subsidization schemes. Finds firms in clusters to be less intensively embedded into nationally subsidized networks of R&D collaboration whereby they nevertheless hold more central positions. Finds firms in clusters to frequently utilize national subsidization programs for collaboration with public research organizations (not universities).
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