R&D Cyclicality and Composition Effects: A Unifying Approach

Existing empirical studies do not concur on whether R&D spending is procyclical or countercyclical: the former hypothesis is supported by studies of aggregate R&D spending, whereas the latter is vindicated by firm-level evidence. Nikolay Chernyshev reconciles the two facts by advancing a general equilibrium framework.

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