The question of the determinants of employment in innovative firms in Europe is analyzed. We use data from European Innovation Scoreboard that consider 36 countries in the period 2000-2019. Results show that the level of employment for innovative firms is positively associated with “Average annual population growth”, “Basic-school entrepreneurial education and training”, “Ease of starting a business”, “Firm investments”; “Foreign controlled enterprises-share of value added”,“Government procurement of advanced technology products”, “Human resources”, “Sales impacts” and negatively associated with “Buyer sophistication (SD)”, “Linkages”.

The innovation-employment nexus in Europe

Costantiello A;
2020-01-01

Abstract

The question of the determinants of employment in innovative firms in Europe is analyzed. We use data from European Innovation Scoreboard that consider 36 countries in the period 2000-2019. Results show that the level of employment for innovative firms is positively associated with “Average annual population growth”, “Basic-school entrepreneurial education and training”, “Ease of starting a business”, “Firm investments”; “Foreign controlled enterprises-share of value added”,“Government procurement of advanced technology products”, “Human resources”, “Sales impacts” and negatively associated with “Buyer sophistication (SD)”, “Linkages”.
Innovation
Employment
European growth
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