impact of academic patenting on the rate, quality, and direction of (public) research by Pierre Azoulay

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  • Universities and colleges -- Patents -- Econometric models,
  • Life sciences -- Patents -- Econometric models

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StatementPierre Azoulay, Waverly Ding, Toby Stuart.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 11917., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 11917.
ContributionsDing, Waverly., Stuart, Toby., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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Pagination47 p. :
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL17628684M
OCLC/WorldCa63204907

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The Impact of Academic Patenting on the Rate, Quality, and Direction of (Public) Research Output Pierre Azoulay1 Waverly Ding2 Toby Stuart3 1Sloan School of Management MIT & NBER [email protected] 2Haas School of Business University of California — Berkeley 3Graduate School of Business Harvard University Janu — Northwestern.

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The Impact of Academic Patenting on the Rate, Quality, and Direction of (Public) Research Output Pierre Azoulay, Waverly Ding, and Toby Stuart NBER Working Paper No. JanuaryRevised June JEL No. O31, O32, O34 ABSTRACT We examine the influence of faculty patenting activity on the rate, quality, and content of public.

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[Pierre Azoulay; Waverly Ding; Toby Stuart; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. The evidence suggests that academic patenting has only limited effects on the direction, pace and quality of research.

A virtuous cycle seems to characterise the patent‐publication relationship. Secondly, scientific anti‐commons show very little effects on academic researchers so far, limited to a few countries with weak or no research. possible consequences for academic research of increased patenting.

This paper is organised as follows. Section 2 presents a brief description of current activities in IP of PROs in European countries. We focus on both university-owned patents and university-invented patents (patents with at least one inventor working at a university).

Abstract. We examine the influence of faculty patenting activity on the rate, quality, and content of public research outputs in a panel dataset spanning the careers of 3, academic life scientists.

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Using inverse probability of treatment weights (IPTW) to account for the dynamics of self-selection into patenting, we find that. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We examine the influence of faculty patenting on the rate, quality, and content of public research outputs quality a panel dataset of 3, academic life scientists.

Using inverse probability of treatment weights (IPTW) to account for self-selection into patenting, we find that patenting has a positive effect on the rate. Azoulay, Pierre, Waverly Ding, and Toby Stuart. “THE IMPACT OF ACADEMIC PATENTING ON THE RATE, QUALITY AND DIRECTION OF (PUBLIC) RESEARCH OUTPUT.” The Journal of Industrial Economics (): © The Authors.

Research highlights Evidence of an inverted U-shaped relationship between academic patenting and the other channels of knowledge transfer including publications.

A small number of prolific academic inventors are responsible for a substantial portion of academic patents. Relevant field differences in knowledge transfer activities and their complementarities among scientific fields.

P. Azoulay, W. Ding, T. StuartThe effect of academic patenting on the rate, quality, and direction of (public) research output J Ind Econ, 57 (), pp.

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This question is important because the granting of patent rights is a central public policy tool to incentivise innovation. But the incentive that patents offer works indirectly - rather than directly subsidising R&D costs (as in other mechanisms, such as tax.

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