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. A patent-investment race model is formulated in which innovative firms bargain and reach collusive agreements. It is … shown that, while collusion always delays innovation, it does not necessarily delay competition. Depending on a number of …
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Most patent pools are formed in the shadow of patent litigation as an attempt to settle disputes in regard to … incentives to form a patent pool or engage in cross-licensing arrangements in the presence of uncertainty as to the validity and … incentives. Antitrust implications of patent pools are considered. The effects of patent pools on third party incentives to …
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which technology transfer occurs. This presence could be in the form of foreign direct investment (FDI), licensing, or …
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which technology transfer occurs. This presence could be in the form of foreign direct investment (FDI), licensing, or …
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This paper investigates how different damage rules in patent infringement cases shape competition when intellectual …
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We develop a general equilibrium model with heterogeneous firms à la Melitz (2003), where both the government and firms can invest into R&D to improve the country’s technological potential. A higher technological potential raises the average productivity of firms, thus implying lower consumer...
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government provide incentives for innovation in a fiscally sustainable way? We address this question by examining the Ramsey … problem of finding optimal tax and subsidy schemes in a model in which growth is endogenously sustained by risky innovation …. We characterize the shadow value of growth and entry in the innovation sector. We find that a profit tax is required to …
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This paper shows that political capital is an important determinant of corporate investment and innovation. Using … capital investment and R&D spending. Surprise losses of political capital result in negative announcement returns, reduced …
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hybrid tax credit scheme positively relates to innovation output. The business sector R&D investment are higher in the … investments in innovation. The implementation of R&D tax credit schemes, however, varies across countries. The empirical research …, to explore the relationship between a set of R&D tax scheme features and innovation performance. Our estimation results …
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