PRESS RELEASE 13.1.2022

Increasing R&D subsidies and tax incentives pays off, but support must be targeted carefully

Increasing R&D subsidies and tax incentives pays off, but support must be targeted carefully

A new study published on 13 January shows that the most effective support policy for research and development is to allocate subsidies to businesses with high R&D productivity or innovation capacity. Uniformly targeted subsidies – which in practical innovation policy are similar to R&D tax incentives – also bring about substantial growth, albeit to a lesser extent than selectively targeted innovation subsidies.

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