This article uses firm-level data from 27 transition economies to investigate whether the choice to directly export versus indirectly export plays a role in the innovation behaviour of exporting firms. We find that firms that directly export have a higher probability of introducing product innovation compared to non-exporters firms and indirect exporters.

Direct or indirect exports: what matters for firms’ innovation activities?

Di Cintio, Marco;Grassi, Emanuele
2020

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This article uses firm-level data from 27 transition economies to investigate whether the choice to directly export versus indirectly export plays a role in the innovation behaviour of exporting firms. We find that firms that directly export have a higher probability of introducing product innovation compared to non-exporters firms and indirect exporters.
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