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Effects of VINNOVA Programmes on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises - the cases of Forska&Väx and VINN NU

Bergman, Karin LU ; Ejermo, Olof LU ; Fischer, Josefine LU ; Hallonsten, Olof LU ; Kalsø Hansen, Høgni LU and Moodysson, Jerker LU (2010) In VINNOVA Analysis VA 2010:09.
Abstract
This is the first impact analysis that exclusively deals with R&D funding taking place after the foundation of VINNOVA. Since the long-term effects of R&D projects are visible only years after the ending of the projects the analysis deals with impacts expected to be found in a shorter time span. The focus of the present impact analysis is to identify and analyze the presence and strength of behavioural additionality at small and medium-sized companies that received support from the VINNOVA programmes Forska&Väx (2006 – 2008) and VINN NU (2002 – 2008). Behavioural additionality is defined as changes in enterprise behaviour related to government R&D funding.
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  year         = {2010},
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