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Knowledge Management Practices and Path-Dependency in Innovation.
Coombs, Rod
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 237 - 253
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENTPATH-DEPENDENCYINNOVATION
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RRP-010-001

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A Comparison Of Networks Between Industry and Public Sector Reserach in Materials Technology and Biotechnology.
Peters, Lois
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 255 - 271
TECHNOLOGYPUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIONR AND D
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RRP-010-002

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The Benefits and Costs of Strong Patent Protection: A Contribution to the Current Debate.
Mazzoleni, Roberto
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 273 - 284
SIGNIFICANT ECONOMIC COSTSCURRENT DEBATEPATENT PROTECTION
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RRP-010-003
Todays conventional wisdom is that strong patent rights are conducive to economic progress. Yet not long ago students of the patent system took a more nuanced position, arguing that often strong patents were not necessary to induce invention, and entailed significant economic costs. Several empirical studies have supported this. However, the current advocacy invokes theories of the positive benefits of patents that were repressed in the earlier more negative analyses. This essay reviews these theories, and the empirical evidence that might bear on them. The authors conclude that there is reason for concern that the present movement towards stronger patent protection may hinder rather than stimulate technological and economic progress.

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Assessment of Flemish R and D in the Field of Information Technology. A Bibliometric Evaluation Based on Publication and Patent Data, Combined With OECD Research Input Statistics.
M. Noyons, E. C
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 285 - 300
BIBLIOMETRIC EVALUATIONRESEARCH PERFORMANCEINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYFLANDERSR AND DOECD INPUT STATISTICS
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RRP-010-004
This paper outlines a metod to evaluate a geographic regions performance in a research field. Using bibliometric indicators, an overview is given of Flemish R and D potential in information technology (IT) Flemish IT activity is presented within the context of recent international developments in this field. Both publication, patent data, and OECD inputs statistics are used in tne study. We found that Flanders is quite productive in IT as far as publication activity is concerned. In constrast, the patenting productivity is rather low. Furthemore, the data indicate that Flemish R and D in IT has two strong points: image processing on the patent side, and processing technology on the publication side. Publications in the latter subdomain have an impact which is abocve world average.

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Domestic and International Product-Emboided R and D Diffusion.
Papaconstantinou, G
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 301 - 314
INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSIONPRODUCT-EMBOIDED R AND D DIFFUSIONINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
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RRP-010-005
The paper examines the process of product-embodied R and D diffusion in 10 OECD countries with the help of internationally comparable data on R and D, input-output transactions and trade flows, and a methodology whereby the purchases of intermediate and capital goods act as carriers of technology acroos industries and countries. In terms of supply and demand of R and D, it established that while innovations are developed mainly in a cluster of R and D-intensive manufacturing industries, a different cluster of industries in the services sector are the main acquires of techonlogically sophisticated machinery and equipment. The methodology also allows a detailed examination of international technology diffusion: it is shown that the share of acquired technology trough imports has increased over time for all countries except Japan. Bigger countries source less technology from abroad than smaller countries which depend on imports for more than 50 por ciento of their acquired technology. The US is the most important source of technology for all countries. In terms of types of technology diffused, the information and communications technology (ICT) cluster of idustries is the main source of technology acquired in most countries. The importance of ICT has increased over time; it is the fastest growing acquired technology cluster, with the share of other technology cluster steady or declining. The authors would like to thank two anonymous referees for their constructive comments to previous versions of this paper, while absolving them from any remaining errors. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not neccessarily reflect those of theOEDC, its Member countries, or the Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry in Japan.

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Modes of Experimentation: An Innovation Process and Competitive Variable.
Thomke, Stefan
Research Policy, University of Sussex, Brighton, North - Holland - Amsterdam
Research Policy Vol. 27 No 3 July (1998) página 315 - 332
EXPERIMENTATIONTECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONPROBLEM-SOLVINGR AND D EFFICIENCYPHARMACEUTICAL DRUG DEVELOPMENTSTICKY INFORMATIONPRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PERFORMANCE
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RRP-010-006
The outputs of R and D, such as new research findings and new products and services, are generated with the aid of specialized problem-solving processes. These processes are somewhat arcane and have been largely ignored in studies of technical change. However, their improvement can significantly affect the kinds of research problems that can be addressed, the efficiency and speed with which R and D can be performed, and the competitive positions of firms employing them. In this paper, we first describe the general nature of the trial-and-error problem-solving processes and strategies for experimentation used in the development of new products and services. We next discuss the rapid advances being made in problem-solving methods, and the impact such advances can have on the competitive position of adopting firms. Finally, we offer a detailed case study of the impact one novel experimental method, combinatorial chemistry, is having on the economies of the drug discovery process.

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