Recent developments in the economics of science and innovation [Research Reviews]

Paula E. Stephan, Shiferaw Gurmu, Albert J. Sumell and Grant Black (2007), 'Who's Patenting in the University? Evidence from the Survey of Doctoral Recipients', Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 16 (2), March, 71-99 -- Saul Lach and Mark Schankerman (2008), 'Incentives...

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Main Author: Link, Albert N.
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Other Authors: Antonelli, Cristiano
Format: eBook
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd 2014
Series:Elgar research reviews in economics
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Summary:Paula E. Stephan, Shiferaw Gurmu, Albert J. Sumell and Grant Black (2007), 'Who's Patenting in the University? Evidence from the Survey of Doctoral Recipients', Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 16 (2), March, 71-99 -- Saul Lach and Mark Schankerman (2008), 'Incentives and Invention in Universities', RAND Journal of Economics, 39 (2), Summer, 403-33 -- Albert N. Link and John T. Scott (2001), 'Public/Private Partnerships: Stimulating Competition in a Dynamic Market', International Journal of Industrial Organization, 19 (5), April, 763-94 -- Lee Fleming and Olav Sorenson (2001), 'Technology as a Complex Adaptive System: Evidence from Patent Data', Research Policy, 30 (7), August, 1019-39 -- Wesley M. Cohen, Richard R. Nelson and John P. Walsh (2002), 'Links and Impacts: The Influence of Public Research on Industrial R&D', Management Science, 48 (1), January, 1-23 -- Albert N. Link and John T. Scott (2009), 'Private Investor Participation and Commercialization Rates for Government-sponsored Research and Development: Would a Prediction Market Improve the Performance of the SBIR Programme?', Economica, 76 (302), April, 264-81 -- Adam B. Jaffe and Josh Lerner (2001), 'Reinventing Public R&D: Patent Policy and the Commercialization of National Laboratory Technologies', RAND Journal of Economics, 32 (1), Spring, 167-98 -- Pierre Mohnen and Lars-Hendrik Röller (2005), 'Complementarities in Innovation Policy', European Economic Review, 49 (6), August, 1431-50 -- Adam B. Jaffe, Richard G. Newell and Robert N. Stavins (2005), 'A Tale of Two Market Failures: Technology and Environmental Policy', Ecological Economics, 54 (2-3), August, 164-74
This volume presents the most important contributions of the last decade in the fields of science and innovation, demonstrating the key relationship between the two. Early chapters emphasize the intrinsic characteristics of knowledge as an economic activity, and later chapters document the importance of science as an input to technology and innovation. This continuum has pushed the field of economics to investigate in detail the processes that shaped the generation, dissemination, and exploitation of technological knowledge. The ideas of nearly fifty eminent researchers are assembled in this volume. Students of the field at all stages of their careers will benefit from reading this collection
Cristiano Antonelli (2009), 'The Economics of Innovation: From the Classical Legacies to the Economics of Complexity', Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 18 (7), October, 611-46 -- Benoît Godin (2006), 'The Linear Model of Innovation: The Historical Construction of an Analytical Framework', Science, Technology, and Human Values, 31 (6), November, 639-67 -- Lee Fleming and Olav Sorenson (2004), 'Science as a Map in Technological Search', Strategic Management Journal: Special Issue: The Global Acquisition, Leverage, and Protection of Technological Competencies, 25 (8-9), August-September, 909-28 -- Robin Cowan, Paul A. David and Dominique Foray (2000), 'The Explicit Economics of Knowledge Codification and Tacitness', Industrial and Corporate Change, 9 (2), June, 211-53 -- J.S. Metcalfe (2002), 'Knowledge of Growth and the Growth of Knowledge', Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 12 (1-2), March, 3-15 --
Link, A.N. and J. Scott (2011), Public Goods, Public Gains: Calculating the Social Benefits of Public R&D, Oxford: Oxford University Press -- March, J.C. (1991), 'Exploration and exploitation in organizing learning', Organization Science, 2, 71-87 -- Ostrom, E. (2010), 'Beyond markets and states: Polycentric governance of complex economic systems', American Economic Review, 100, 641-72 -- Romer, P.M. (1994), 'The origins of endogenous growth', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 8, 3-22 -- Saviotti, P.P. (2007), 'On the dynamics of generation and utilisation of knowledge: The local character of knowledge', Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 18, 387-408 -- Stephan, P. (2011), How Economics Shapes Science, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press -- Weitzman, M.L. (1996), 'Hybridizing growth theory', American Economic Review, 86, 207-12 --
Bruno Cassiman and Reinhilde Veugelers (2002), 'R&D Cooperation and Spillovers: Some Empirical Evidence from Belgium', American Economic Review, 92 (4), September, 1169-84 -- Gadi Barlevy (2007), 'On the Cyclicality of Research and Development', American Economic Review, 97 (4), September, 1131-64 -- Bruce Kogut (2000), 'The Network as Knowledge: Generative Rules and the Emergence of Structure', Strategic Management Journal: Special Issue: Strategic Networks, 21 (3), March, 405-25 -- Cristiano Antonelli (2008), 'Pecuniary Knowledge Externalities: The Convergence of Directed Technological Change and the Emergence of Innovation Systems', Industrial and Corporate Change, 17 (5), October, 1049-70 -- Sean M. Hackett and David M. Dilts (2004), 'A Real Options-Driven Theory of Business Incubation', Journal of Technology Transfer, 29 (1), January, 41-54 --
James S. Dietz, Ivan Chompalov, Barry Bozeman, Eliesh O'Neil Lane and Jongwon Park (2000), 'Using the Curriculum Vita to Study the Career Paths of Scientists and Engineers: An Exploratory Assessment', Scientometrics, 49 (3), November, 419-42 -- Paul M. Romer (2001), 'Should the Government Subsidize Supply or Demand in the Market for Scientists and Engineers?', in Adam B. Jaffe, Josh Lerner and Scott Stern (eds), Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume I, Chapter 7, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 221-52 -- Monica Gaughan and Stephane Robin (2004), 'National Science Training Policy and Early Scientific Careers in France and the United States', Research Policy, 33 (4), May, 569-81 -- Benjamin F. Jones (2009), 'The Burden of Knowledge and the "Death of the Renaissance Man": Is Innovation Getting Harder?', Review of Economic Studies, 76 (1), January, 283-317 --
Cristiano Antonelli (2007), 'The System Dynamics of Collective Knowledge: From Gradualism and Saltationism to Punctuated Change', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 62 (2), February, 215-36
Albert N. Link and John T. Scott (2007), 'The Economics of University Research Parks', Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 23 (4), Winter, 661-74 -- Christine A. Gulbranson and David B. Audretsch (2008), 'Proof of Concept Centers: Accelerating the Commercialization of University Innovation', Journal of Technology Transfer, 33 (3), June, 249-58 -- Richard Jensen and Marie Thursby (2001), 'Proofs and Prototypes for Sale: The Licensing of University Inventions', American Economic Review, 91 (1), March, 240-59 -- Stuart D. Allen, Albert N. Link and Dan T. Rosenbaum (2007), 'Entrepreneurship and Human Capital: Evidence of Patenting Activity from the Academic Sector', Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31 (6), November, 937-51 -- Pierre Azoulay, Waverly Ding and Toby Stuart (2007), 'The Determinants of Faculty Patenting Behavior: Demographics or Opportunities?', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 63 (4), August, 599-623
Ashish Arora, Andrea Fosfuri and Alfonso Gambardella (2001), 'Markets for Technology and their Implications for Corporate Strategy', Industrial and Corporate Change, 10 (2), June, 419-51 -- Josh Lerner and Jean Tirole (2002), 'Some Simple Economics of Open Source', Journal of Industrial Economics, L (2), June, 197-234 -- Lionel Nesta and Pier Paolo Saviotti (2005), 'Coherence of the Knowledge Base and the Firm's Innovative Performance: Evidence from the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry', Journal of Industrial Economics, LIII (1), March, 123-42 -- Lynne G. Zucker and Michael R. Darby (2001), 'Capturing Technological Opportunity Via Japan's Star Scientists: Evidence from Japanese Firms' Biotech Patents and Products', Journal of Technology Transfer, 26 (1-2), January, 37-58 -- Michelle Gittelman and Bruce Kogut (2003), 'Does Good Science Lead to Valuable Knowledge? Biotechnology Firms and the Evolutionary Logic of Citation Patterns', Management Science, 49 (4), April, 366-82 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Antonelli, C. (2008), Localized Technological Change: Towards the Economics of Complexity, London: Routledge -- Antonelli, C. (ed.) (2011), Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar -- Arrow, K.J. (1969), 'Classificatory notes on the production and transmission of technical knowledge', American Economic Review, 59, 29-35 -- Audretsch, D.B., D.P. Leyden and A.N. Link (2012), 'Universities as research partners in publicly supported entrepreneurial firms', Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 21, 529-45 -- Griliches, Z. (1979), 'Issues in assessing the contribution of research and development to productivity growth', Bell Journal of Economics, 10, 92-116 -- Griliches, Z. (1992), 'The search for R&D spillovers', Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 94, Supplement: 29-47 --
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