2 edition of International patenting and technology diffusion found in the catalog.
International patenting and technology diffusion
|Statement||Jonathan Eaton, Samuel Kortum.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 4931, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4931.|
|Contributions||Kortum, Samuel., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
Published international applications are available on PATENTSCOPE, one of WIPO's global databases. This database also includes patent documents from 60 participating Offices providing public access, free of charge to over 78 million technology disclosures. This deft blend of case studies, theoretical analyses, and policy advice reveals the fundamental role of IP law in shaping how states create and transmit defense equipment and weaponry. The book probes two major issues: the effect of IP law on innovation itself and the effect of IP law on the international diffusion, or sharing, of technology.
The book Patents for Power: Intellectual Property Law and the Diffusion of Military Technology, The book probes two major issues: the effect of IP law on innovation itself and the effect of IP law on the international diffusion, or sharing, of technology. Discussing a range of inventions, from the AK rifle to the B Superfortress. As the April issue of the International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook points out, globalization – encompassing freer trade, increased foreign direct investment, and the international use of patents and copyrights – has substantially bolstered the diffusion of knowledge and technology. The increased international competition.
Technology diffusion to emerging markets helps share growth potential across countries and lift global living standards. Using a global patent citation dataset, this column estimates the magnitude and impact of international knowledge and technology diffusion, as well as the role that globalisation has played. In emerging markets, knowledge flows have . First, we need to be able to trace such processes of diffusion as reflecting instances of historical and contemporary international hierarchies that impact our daily lives. The technologies developed to combat insurgencies in Iraq or Afghanistan have a way of migrating home and contributing, for example, to the militarization of policing.
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International patenting and technology diffusion. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Eaton; Samuel Kortum; National Bureau of Economic Research.
Get this from a library. International patenting and technology diffusion. [Jonathan Eaton; Samuel Kortum; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We model the invention of new technologies and their diffusion across countries.
Our model predicts that, eventually, all countries will grow at the same rate, with each country's. International Patenting and Technology Diffusion Jonathan Eaton, Samuel Kortum.
NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Trade and Investment, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. We model the invention of new technologies and their diffusion across by: This paper investigates international technology diffusion through trade and patenting in a sample of 48 countries for the period – We divide the sample in three income groups to detect different patterns of technology absorption.
Our results show that rich countries benefit from domestic technology and foreign technology embodied in imported capital goods, middle-income countries enjoy technology spillovers from foreign patents Cited by: This paper investigates international technology diffusion through trade and patenting in a sample of 48 countries for the period - We.
International Technology Licensing: C although the technology diffusion of patents has been studied by many scholars and have been This book takes a fresh look at the most dynamic area of.
Patents affect the return to ideas. We relate the decision to patent an invention internationally to the cost of patenting in a country and to the expected value of patent protection in that country.
We can thus infer the direction and magnitude of the international diffusion of technology from data on international patenting, productivity, and.
The article focuses on the impact of R&D expenditure on labour productivity using international patent applications as a technology diffusion indicator. Considering the relationship between research and productivity, the pattern of international patenting reflects the channel between the source and the destination of transferred technology.
New evidence is presented on environmental innovation and diffusion over the s and s. At a global level, a substantial amount of innovations occurred. In the United States, Japan, and Germany, the share of environmental patents in all patents varied between and 3%, and as such was higher than the corresponding share of pollution.
International Patenting, Patent Rights, and Technology Gaps Walter G. Park American University Abstract: International patenting activity is a source of international technology diffusion.
However, technology diffuses imperfectly and technology. Patent Trolls and Technology Diffusion Catherine Tucker. Chapter in NBER book Standards, Patents and Innovations (), Timothy Simcoe, Ajay K.
Agrawal, and Stuart Graham, organizers Conference held JanuaryPublished in September by International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume Patents affect the return to ideas. We relate the decision to patent an invention interna-tionally to the cost of patenting in a country and to the expected value of patent protection in that country.
We can thus infer the direction and magnitude of the international diffusion of technology from data on international patenting. We relate the decision to patent an invention internationally to the cost of patenting in a country and to the expected value of patent protection in that country.
We can thus infer the direction and magnitude of the international diffusion of technology from data on international patenting, productivity, and research.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): and patenting in a sample of 48 countries for the period – We divide the sample in three income groups to detect different patterns of technology absorption.
Our results show that rich countries benefit from domestic technology and foreign technology embodied in imported capital. Using patent application data of countries from to and a difference-in-difference approach, we find that the Kyoto Protocol increased international patent applications from the countries with emission targets.
The effect appeared over many years during the period studied, particularly for solar energy technology. Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology Proceedings of the first IFIP WG working conference on the diffusion and adoption of information technology, Oslo, Norway, October Editors: Kautz, Karlheinz, Pries-Heje, Jan (Eds.) Free Preview.
Software and services are new subject matter for patents, although to a different extent across countries. The impact of patents on innovation and diffusion in this area has yet to be sys-tematically evaluated, and such evaluation is sorely needed.
Abstract. The current research and achievements of technology diffusion using patent data and patent analysis methods were described, and then the deficiencies in current analysis methods were presented, which could help to quickly grasp the status and deficiency of technology diffusion research based on patents.
The role of IP in supporting technology transfer deals. At the same time, the patent system facilitates green technology development and diffusion in a number of ways, including by supporting partnerships. A predictable IP system underpins technology transfer deals and the exchange of know-how.
International Technology Diffusion by Wolfgang Keller. Published in vol issue 3, pages of Journal of Economic Literature, SeptemberAbstract: This paper surveys what is known about the extent of international technology diffusion and channels through which technology spreads.
Pr. Now in its fifth edition, Diffusion of Innovations is a classic work on the spread of new ideas. In this renowned book, Everett M.
Rogers, professor and chair of the Department of Communication & Journalism at the University of New Mexico, explains how new ideas spread via communication channels over time.An increase in technology diffusion is also needed to address global challenges such as climate change and human health.
For these reasons, there is a need for strategic alliances and innovative licensing agreements among industries. (1) At a time when technology diffusion is thus more needed than ever before, new solutions are required."Propensity to patent, competition and China’s foreign patenting surge" published on 27 Jun by Edward Elgar Publishing.