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Productivity growth and the intangible divide

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  • Hannu Piekkola, University of Vaasa, Finland
  • Carter Walter Bloch
  • Tjasa Redek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenien
  • Marina Rybalka, Statistics Norway, Norge
Intangible capital has long been investigated as one of the key sources of growth. While it is often superficially assumed that intensive, knowledge driven growth is in particular important for developed economies, the catch-up process in countries such as Slovenia is also heavily dependent on intangible investments. The purpose of this chapter is to examine the importance of intangible investments for productivity growth and present the comparative position of Slovenia compared to Finland, Denmark and Norway using the innovative GLOBALINTO methodology and micro-based estimates of intangible capital.
TitelAchieving growth that matters
Antal sider18
ForlagČasnik Finance, Slovenia
StatusUdgivet - 2022

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