Intellectual Property

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  1. This paper compares corporate and academic patents and tests whether they have similar value distributions and share common determinants of value. The empirical results based on an in-depth analysis of 400 biotech patents applied for by Belgian…
  2. Absorptive capacity (ACAP) refers to a firm’s ability to acquire, assimilate, transform, and exploit new knowledge. Research has yet to acknowledge the possibility of limits to the financial returns of this important strategic construct. This study…
  3. We argue in this paper that when the knowledge base of an industry is both complex and expanding and the sources of expertise are widely dispersed, the locus of innovation will be found in networks of learning, rather than in individual firms. The…
  4. INVENTION is here interpreted broadly as the production of know- ledge. From the viewpoint of welfare economics, the determination of optimal resource allocation for invention will depend on the tech- nological characteristics of the invention…
  5. Various researchers and policy analysts have made empirical studies of innovation systems in order to understand their current structure and trace their dynamics. However, policy makers often experience difficulties in extracting practical…

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