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Micro-Dynamics

MICRO-DYN FinalReport_SCREEN.pdf

6th EU Framework Programme
MICRO-DYN (stands for ‘Micro-Dynamics’) is an international economic research project dealing with the competitiveness of firms, regions and industries in the knowledge-based economy and the possibilities for job-rich growth in Europe. The central research objective of the project is to address in a comprehensive and methodologically coherent way some of the core driving forces of innovation, competitiveness, employment and growth in the contemporary European economy. In our approach to this theme we start from the conjecture that understanding the microeconomic foundations of innovation, competitiveness and growth at the firm level, as well as the firms' interactions with the labour market, is key to understanding the nature of these phenomena at a more aggregated (regional, sectoral or macro) level. Hence integrated and comparable cross-country firm-level research shapes the core of the project. 

The project lasts from 2006 to 2010 and is structured into seven scientific Work packages (WPs) which are integrated through the use of common and overlapping sets of micro-data, a common research agenda and the joint use and development of research methodologies.


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