ePub Recent jumps in patenting activities: Comparative innovative performance of major industrial countries, patterns and explanations (Working paper) download
by Mohammed Rafiquzzaman
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OECD, Jobs Study: Evidence and Explanations. OECD, OECD Economic Surveys: Canada. Industry Canada Working Paper No. 27, December 1998. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1996.
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Downloadable! The paper firsjt presents an analysis of invention performance; as measured by patenting activities, of six countries (France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, USSR, West Germany) relative to the United States for 41 SIC industries over t. .
Downloadable! The paper firsjt presents an analysis of invention performance; as measured by patenting activities, of six countries (France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, USSR, West Germany) relative to the United States for 41 SIC industries over the past twenty years. It turns out that Non . countries as a whole have increased their (relative) invention performance in all fields of technology, including high technology fields. In the second section hypotheses which can be supposed to explain the relative decline of the United States' patenting activities are discussed and tested
Whewell Professor of International Law, University of Cambridge, Member of the Institut de droit international, Counsel and Advocate; Giga-fren
6 Kortum and Lerner (1997, p. 1) point to the unprecedented recent jump in patenting in the United States, as evidenced by the rise in applications for . patents by American inventors since 1985, which exceeds the increase in other decades in this century. Throughout this century, patent applications fluctuated within a band of between 40,000 and 80,000 per year. Like in the previous chapter by Aw and Batra, Baldwin and Rafiquzzaman focus on the gap in wages between production and nonproduction workers.
NBER Working Paper No. 4814 Issued in August 1994 NBER Program(s) . 4814 Issued in August 1994 NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, Monetary Economics Program.
Funding of innovative companies. Most EU countries have a number of measures to support science and industry collabo-ration that fall into two broad types. Increased patents, co-publications in specific technology field. Funding to businesses via grants, subsidised loans or guarantee mechanisms. Prototypes developed; Enhanced capacity to manage collaboration projects in both science and industry.
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