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Competiting in the World of Globalized Innovation

 David C. Mowery, UC Berkeley NBER
  4th-Dec-2008
Description: Industries: Information Technology/Electronics Biopharmaceuticals Services What has changed since 1990? Growth of innovative capabilities outside of U.S. vertical specialization. What has not changed Employment consequences Homebound nature of inventive activity Patents cover relatively narrow “slice” of innovation-related activities OECD report notes that early 20th-century R&D involved extensive reliance on markets for IP, licensing. R&D globalization Management of innovation.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Business
Contents:
INNOVATION IN GLOBAL INDUSTRIES: US FIRMS COMPETING IN A NEW WORLD
David C. Mowery
Haas School of Business University of California, Berkeley and NBER Conference on "Knowledge and Economic Growth" Toulouse, France

National Academy of Sciences study of innovation
Sponsored by the Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy of the National Academy of Sciences (http://www.nas.edu/step). Macher ... See more

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