Innovation, diffusion, growth and the environment: Taking stock and charting new directions

Sarr, Mare ; Noailly, Joëlle

In: Environmental and resource economics. - Vol. 66(2017), issue 3, p. 393-407

Abstract: The objective of this article is to provide a succinct review of the main developments in the field of research on the economics of growth, innovation, diffusion and the environment. We focus on the last fifteen to twenty years of scientific advances in the field as this corresponds to: (i) the consensus on the theoretical side on endogenous economic growth modelling, and (ii) the growing empirical work on innovation and diffusion due to the development of patent data. As very good reviews already exist in the literature, we only provide a brief and non-exhaustive discussion aiming at taking stock of some recent developments and charting new issues for a future research agenda.


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