References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 38 references in this bibliography folder.

Rockett, K (2010).
Property Rights and Invention
In: Handbook of the Economics of Technical Change V. 1., ed. by Hall, Bronwyn and N. Rosenberg, chap. 7, North Holland/Elsevier Handbook Series.

Bessen, J and Maskin, E (2009).
Sequential Innovation, Patents, and Innovation
RAND Journal of Economics, forthcoming.

Manski, C (2009).
Adaptive Partial Drug Approval: A Health Policy Proposal
Economists' Voice, 6(4).

Argenziano, R and Schmidt-Dengler, P (2008).
Pre-Emption and the Efficiency of Entry
University of Essex, mimeo.

Kuhn, M (2007).
Minimum Quality Standards and Market Dominance in Vertically Differentiated Duopoly
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 25(2):275-290.

Hoppe, H and Lehmann-Grube, U (2005).
Innovation Timing Games: A General Framework with Applications
Journal of Economic Theory, 121(1):30-50.

Quint, D and Einav, L (2005).
Efficient Entry
Economics Letters, 88(2):278-283.

Gruber, H and Verboven, F (2000).
The Evolution of Markets under Entry and Standards Regulation - The Case of Global Mobile Telecommunications
London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, Discussion Paper(2440).

Herguera, I and Lutz, S (1998).
Oligopoly and Quality Leapfrogging
The World Economy, 21(1):75-94.

O'Donoghue, T (1998).
A Patentability Requirement for Sequential Innovation
RAND Journal of Economics, 29(4):654 - 679.

O'Donoghue, T, Scotchmer, S, and Thisse, J (1998).
Patent Breadth, Patent Life, and the Pace of Technological Progress
Journal of Economic and Management Strategy, 7(1):1-32.

Scarpa, C (1998).
Minimum Quality Standards with More Than Two Firms
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 16(5):665.

Scotchmer, S (1996).
Protecting Early Innovators: Should Second-Generation Products be Patentable?
The Rand Journal of Economics, 27(2):322-331.

Boom, A (1995).
Asymmetric International Minimum Quality Standards and Vertical Differentiation
The Journal of Industrial Economics, 43(1):101–119.

Crampes, C and Hollander, A (1995).
Duopoly and Quality Standards
European Economic Review, 39(1):71.

Dutta, P, Lach, S, and Rustichini, A (1995).
Better Late than Early: Vertical Differentiation in the Adoption of a New Technology
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 4(4):563-589.

Choi, J (1993).
Dynamic R&D Competition, Research Line Diversity, and Intellectual Property Rights
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 2(2):277-298.

Motta, M and Thisse, J (1993).
Minimum Quality Standards as an Environmental Policy: Domestic and International Effects
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Nota de Lavoro(20.93), Milan.

Riordan, M (1992).
Regulation and Pre-Emptive Technology
Rand Journal of Economics, 23(3):334-349.

Ronnen, U (1991).
Minimum Quality Standards, Fixed Costs, and Competition
The Rand Journal of Economics, 22(4):490-504.

Diebold, J (1990).
The Innovators: The Discoveries, Inventions, and Breakthroughs of Our Time
New York: Dutton.

Scotchmer, S and Green, J (1990).
Novelty and Disclosure in Patent Law
The Rand Journal of Economics, 21(1):131-146.

Cohen, W and Levinthal, D (1989).
Innovation and Learning: The Two Faces of R&D
The Economic Journal, 99(397):569-596.

Shaked, A and Sutton, J (1987).
Product Differentiation and Industrial Structure
Journal of Industrial Economics, 36(2):131-146.

Fudenberg, D and Tirole, J (1985).
Pre-Emption and Rent Equalization in the Adoption of New Technology.
Review of Economic Studies, 52:383-401.