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DO NPEs MATTER? NON-PRACTICING ENTITIES AND PATENT LITIGATION OUTCOMES

Michael J. Mazzeo, Jonathan H. Ashtor and Samantha Zyontz.

in Journal of Competition Law & Economics

December 2013; p ublished online November 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Economic Sociology; Law and Economics; Econometrics and Mathematical Economics. 8496 words.

It is widely argued that so-called “patent trolls” are corrupting the U.S. patent system and endangering technology innovation and commercialization at large. For example, a recent White...

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The Economics of Scientific Misconduct

Nicola Lacetera and Lorenzo Zirulia.

in The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization

October 2011; p ublished online October 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Law and Economics; Economic Sociology; Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainy. 14707 words.

This article presents a model of the research and publication process that analyzes why scientists commit fraud and how fraud can be detected and prevented. In the model, authors are...

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Epistemic communities, localization and the dynamics of knowledge creation

Patrick Cohendet, David Grandadam, Laurent Simon and Ignasi Capdevila.

in Journal of Economic Geography

September 2014; p ublished online June 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics; Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainy; Economic Sociology. 13116 words.

This article aims to clarify how epistemic communities dynamically shape the process of knowledge creation in a localized context and how the evolving interaction between different members...

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Gatekeepers in regional networks of innovators

Holger Graf.

in Cambridge Journal of Economics

January 2011; p ublished online March 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Economic Sociology; Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics. 9015 words.

Strong interaction of innovative actors within a local network is commonly said to increase the region-specific knowledge-stock, leading to a comparative advantage. However, it might also...

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Information overload, navigation, and the geography of mediated markets

Johannes Glückler and José Luis Sánchez-Hernández.

in Industrial and Corporate Change

October 2014; p ublished online November 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Primary Products; Economic Sociology; Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics. 10927 words.

This article integrates arguments from the perspectives of the economics of information and of the economy of qualities to analyze the spatial consequences of digital technology and...

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Mobility of skilled workers and co-invention networks: an anatomy of localized knowledge flows

Stefano Breschi and Francesco Lissoni.

in Journal of Economic Geography

July 2009; p ublished online March 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Economic Sociology; Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics. 14200 words.

This article illustrates the contribution of mobile inventors and networks of inventors to the diffusion of knowledge across firms and within cities or states. It is based upon an original...

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Social cohesion and knowledge diffusion: understanding the embeddedness–homophily association

Anant Kamath and Robin Cowan.

in Socio-Economic Review

October 2015; p ublished online August 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Technological Change; Research and Development; Economic Sociology. 10352 words.

The idea of social relations shaping business and production relations between economic agents is not new. Production relations may become socially embedded and may exhibit homophily. We...

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