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  • Fagerberg, Jan; Srholec, Martin (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The capability concept is commonly used in analyses of firms; however, as this paper shows, it may also be used at the level of nations. Factor analysis is used on a broad set of relevant indicators to derive composite ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan (Conference object / Konferansebidrag, 2000)
    Europe’s performance relative to the US and countries in Asia is a topic that greatly preoccupies policy-makers who are concerned that the EU is losing ground compared to other, more dynamic parts of the world. Although ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan; Srholec, Martin; Lundvall, Bengt-Åke (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the hypothesis that increased participation in global value chains (GVCs), such as assembly of imported parts for exports, leads to higher economic growth. The focus is particularly ...
  • Edler, Jakob; Fagerberg, Jan (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    During the last two to three decades policy-makers have increasingly became concerned about the role of innovation for economic performance and, more recently, for the solution of challenges that arise (such as the climate ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan; Andersen, Allan Dahl; Schlaile, Michael P.; Urmetzer, Sophie; Blok, Vincent; Timmermans, Job; Mueller, Matthias; Pyka, Andreas (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The aim of this article is to complement research on transformations towards sustainability by drawing upon the innovation systems (IS) framework. The IS framework already serves as a suitable and influential basis for ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    The topics addressed in this paper concern the (much-needed) transition to sustainability and what role (innovation) policy can play in speeding up such changes. In their Discussion Paper Schot and Steinmueller (2018) argue ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan; Verspagen, Bart (Working paper / Arbeidsnotat, 2001)
    Bart Verspagen's contribution to this paper draws on an earlier paper by this author entitled 'Economic Growth and Technological Change: An Evolutionary Interpretation', OECD Directorate for Science, technology and Industry, ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan; Cappelen, Aadne; Castellacci, Fulvio; Verspagen, Bart (Working paper / Arbeidsnotat, 2002)
    The tendency towards regional convergence that characterised most of the member states of the European Union from the 1950s onwards came to an end around 1980. To the extent that there has been any tendency towards convergence ...
  • Ernst, Dieter; Fagerberg, Jan; Hildrum, Jarle (Working paper / Arbeidsnotat, 2002)
    Digital Information Systems (DIS) - electronic systems that integrate software and hardware to enable communication and collaborative work - are increasingly used to manage global production networks (GPN). There is a ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan; Godinho, Manuell Mira (Working paper / Arbeidsnotat, 2004)
    The history of capitalism from the industrial revolution onwards is one of increasing differences in productivity and living conditions across different parts of the globe. According to historian David Landes, for instance, ...
  • Fagerberg, Jan (Working paper / Arbeidsnotat, 2004)
    Why do some countries, such as, for instance, Japan and some other Asian economies in the second half of the twentieth century, grow much faster, and have much better trade performance, than most other countries? Is superior ...