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RISIS Research Seminar: R&D networks and their effects on heterogeneous modes of knowledge creation: Evidence from a spatial econometric perspective

Neuländtner, Martina; Scherngell,Thomas


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The &amp;rsquo;beneficial&amp;rsquo; effect of&amp;nbsp; R&amp;amp;D&amp;nbsp; networks&amp;nbsp; on regional&amp;nbsp; knowledge&amp;nbsp; creation&amp;nbsp; is widely acknowledged. They constitute essential means to create new knowledge through collaborative research efforts and enable access to new knowledge by bridging the way to region-external knowledge bases. However, we argue that &lt;strong&gt;the effects of R&amp;amp;D networks on regional knowledge creation vary for different modes of knowledge creation &amp;ndash; exploitative and explorative &amp;ndash; as well as for the quantity and quality of knowledge created&lt;/strong&gt;. To explore these differences across European regions, we estimate a set of &lt;strong&gt;spatial Durbin models (SDMs)&lt;/strong&gt; with altering network indicators. The results show that &lt;strong&gt;EU funded networks are in general a significant driver for both modes of knowledge creation&lt;/strong&gt;. Whereas, we find a higher positive impact of networks on explorative than on exploitative knowledge creation for the quantity of knowledge output, the opposite is true for knowledge quality.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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