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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Analysis of the 2007 EU Industrial R&D Investment ScoreboardHERNANDEZ GUEVARA HECTOR; TUEBKE ALEXANDER; MONCADA PATERNO' CASTELLO PIETRO; ORTEGA ARGILES Raquel; POTTERS LesleyEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Analysis of the 2006 EU Industrial R&D Investment ScoreboardHERNANDEZ GUEVARA HECTOR; CIUPAGEA Constantin; MONCADA PATERNO' CASTELLO PIETRO; TUEBKE ALEXANDER; ORTEGA ARGILES Raquel; POTTERS LesleyEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Corporate R&D and firm efficiency: Evidence from Europe's top R&D investorsKUMBHAKAR Subal; ORTEGA ARGILÉS Raquel; POTTERS Lesley; VIVARELLI Marco; VOIGT PETERArticles in Journals
2010Corporate R&D and Firm Efficiency: Evidence from Europe's Top R&D Investors - IPTS WORKING PAPER on CORPORATE R&D AND INNOVATION - No. 11/2010KUMBHAKAR Subal; ORTEGA-ARGILÉS Raquel; POTTERS Lesley; VIVARELLI Marco; VOIGT PETEREUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Data Needs for Regional Modelling: A Description of the Data used in Support of RHOMOLOPOTTERS Lesley; CONTE Andrea; KANCS D'ARTIS; THISSEN MARCUSEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Is Corporate R&D Investment in High-Tech Sectors More Effective?PIVA Mariacristina; POTTERS Lesley; VIVARELLI Marco; ORTEGA-ARGILÉS RaquelArticles in Journals
2008The Productivity Impact of R&D Investment: Evidence from European MicrodataORTEGA ARGILES Raquel; POTTERS Lesley; VIVARELLI MarcoArticles in Journals
2010R&D and Productivity: Testing Sectoral Peculiarities Using Micro DataORTEGA-ARGILÉS Raquel; POTTERS Lesley; VIVARELLI MarcoArticles in Journals
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