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Industrial Growth, Royalty Payments and Local Expenditure on Research and Development

  • Jorge M. Katz
Part of the International Economic Association Series book series (IEA)

Abstract

It is obvious that received theory is in a highly unsatisfactory state from the point of view of its usefulness in understanding the problems posed by the technological development of the so-called ‘recently industrialised’ nations.

Keywords

Technological Progress Manufacturing Sector Inventive Activity Technical Progress Technical Activity 
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© International Economic Association 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jorge M. Katz
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  1. 1.Instituto Torcuato Di TellaArgentina

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