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Economic and Management Perspectives on Intellectual Property Rights
 
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Economic and Management Perspectives on Intellectual Property Rights
 
 
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29 Nov 2005
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This book provides a better understanding of how intellectual property can improve economic and business performance. It focuses on three particular issues: the valuation of patents, the transfer of knowledge, and the management of innovation and intellectual property. Scholars from leading worldwide institutions use quantitative methods and advanced survey techniques to explore the complex relationship between patents, innovation, venture capital and scientific research. The book focuses on three broad issues: the valuation of patents, the transfer of knowledge, and the management of innovation and intellectual property.


Description

This book provides a better understanding of how intellectual property can improve economic and business performance. It focuses on three particular issues: the valuation of patents, the transfer of knowledge, and the management of innovation and intellectual property. Scholars from leading worldwide institutions use quantitative methods and advanced survey techniques to explore the complex relationship between patents, innovation, venture capital and scientific research. The book focuses on three broad issues: the valuation of patents, the transfer of knowledge, and the management of innovation and intellectual property.


Contents

List of Tables
List of Figures
Notes on the Contributors
Introduction: Advanced Research Findings and Fields for Further Research in Economics and Management of Intellectual Property; B.van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie & C.Peeters
PART 1: PATENT VALUE
The Battle for Patent Rights; D.Harhoff
Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Value of UK Firms; C.Greenhalgh & M.Rogers
Business Method Patents and Venture Capital Investment Decisions; R.H.Pitkethly
PART 2: KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SYSTEMS
Open Science and University Patenting: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Italian Case; S.Breschi, F.Lissoni & F.Montobbio
Brain Drain and R&D Activities of Multinationals; M.Cincera
Do Stronger Intellectual Property Rights Induce More Patents?; S.J.Kang & H.J.Seo
PART 3: INNOVATION MANAGEMENT ABND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
What is Different about Innovation in Asia?; A.De Meyer & S.Garg
How Do the Speed, Science Linkage, Focus and New Entry Matter in IT Inventions?; S.Nagaoka
Complex Innovation Strategies and Patenting Behaviour; C.Peeters & B.van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie
On the Relationship Between Patents and Venture Capital; A.Romain & B.van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie
Index


Authors

CARINE PEETERS obtained her Ph.D. from the Solvay Business School, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. Her research focuses on innovation capabilities, patenting behaviour, and performance of firms. She is currently Research Fellow at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, where she works on a research project on offshoring of white collar jobs by US and EU firms.

BRUNO VAN POTTELSBERGHE DE LA POTTERIE is Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium. As holder of the Solvay S.A. Chair of Innovation he teaches courses on the economics of innovation and intellectual property. He is Vice-President of the Solvay Business School and Director of its MBA Programmes. His research and scientific publications concern the effectiveness of S&T policies, the internationalization of R&D, the economics of IP, innovation competencies and the factors fostering entrepreneurship. He has been Consultant at the OECD DSTI, and Visiting Researcher/Professor at the Columbia Business School, USA, at the Research Institute of the METI, Japan, at the Institute of Innovation Research of Hitotsubashi University, Japan, and at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa.