Un análisis globlal, territorial y sectorial de los efectos externos de conocimiento

This paper presents a detailed analysis of the knowledge external effects deriving from a territory's sectorial composition. Firstly it discusses a theoretical model that allows an endogenous derivation of the externalities related indexes. It then describes the results of a join estimation of the w... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Lucio Fernández, Juan José de
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Córdoba 2001
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Laburpena: This paper presents a detailed analysis of the knowledge external effects deriving from a territory's sectorial composition. Firstly it discusses a theoretical model that allows an endogenous derivation of the externalities related indexes. It then describes the results of a join estimation of the whole model and its regional and sectorial breakdown. The document finally analyses the time dynamics of the external effects. The results show the presence of lasting knowledge external effects. Diversity and competency have a positive effect on growth and, in general, specialisation has a negative one. The final effect of this last factor actually depends on its degree of intensity. The estimations made based on the theoretical model show the presence of knowledge diffusion and cross-fertilisation processes. These external effects gain maturity after some years and their intensity is a growing function, with a decreasing slope, of the sector's/territory's technological delay.