Innovation, Productivity, Research and Development (R&D), Innovation Policies, Growth and Development


Pierre Mohnen is a Full Professor of Micro-Econometrics of Technical Change at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, a Professorial Fellow at UNU-MERIT and an Associated Fellow at CIRANO. In addition he carries out research for the OECD, the European Commission and government ministries in the Netherlands and abroad, including Canada and France.

His main research themes are the innovation and productivity of Research and Development (R&D). He studies why companies have R&D and why they innovate. He also looks at the effect that R&D and innovation have on the productivity of companies.

Another field of research is innovation in developing countries. Here he looks at whether the same determinants, the same questions and the same problems exist in such countries as in the industrialised world. He also studies the obstacles to innovation and why companies invest so little in innovation.
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CIRANO Publications by Pierre Mohnen

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L’économie du Québec – Contexte et enjeux internationaux

Thierry Warin, Bernard Sinclair-Desgagné, Ari Van Assche, Rufin Baghana, Simona Bignami-Van Assche and 19 other authors

Strategy and International Economy and Energy and Natural Resources

Doing R&D in a Closed or Open Mode: Dynamics and Impacts on Productivity

Julio Rosa and Pierre Mohnen


Dynamic Models of R&D, Innovation and Productivity: Panel Data Evidence for Dutch and French Manufacturing

Wladimir Raymond, Jacques Mairesse, Pierre Mohnen and Franz Palm


Revisiting the Porter Hypothesis: An Empirical Analysis of Green Innovation for the Netherlands

George van Leeuwen and Pierre Mohnen


Microeconometric Evidence of Financing Frictions and Innovative Activity

Amaresh K. Tiwari, Pierre Mohnen, Franz Palm and Sybrand Schim van der Loeff

Government finances, Innovation and Financial risks
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