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Knowledge capital

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Knowledge capital

The institutional structure of research in the UK seems not to provide the coordination necessary for success, particularly in high technology and high value-added areas. There is a need to better understand and measure the impact knowledge capital and other types of intangible capital created by the public and private sectors on productivity.

Theme lead

Professor Diane Coyle

Co-Investigators

Dr Chander Velu

Professor Vasco Carvalho Professor of Macroeconomics, Director of Cambridge-INET, University of Cambridge

Professor Richard Jones Chair in Materials Physics and Innovation Policy, The University of Manchester

Recent Publications

D. Coyle, A. Muhtar (2021)

UK’s Industrial Policy: Learning from the past?

M. Agarwala, M. Burke, P. Klusak, K. Mohaddes, U. Volz, D. Zenghelis (2021)

Climate change and fiscal responsibility

Wit Wannakrairoj, Chander Velu

Productivity growth and business model innovation

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2020.109679