References

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

There are 48 references in this bibliography folder.

Branstetter, L (2010).
Exploring the link between academic science and industrial innovation
In: Contributions in Memory of Zvi Griliches, ed. by Branstetter, L., National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA.

Aghion, P, Dewatripont, M, Kolev, J, Murray, F, and Stern, S (2009).
Of mice and academics: Examining the effect of openness on innovation
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working paper(14819), Cambridge, MA.

Cassiman, B and Valentini, G (2009).
Strategic organization of R&D: The choice of basicness and openness
Strategic Organization, 7(1):43-73.

Cassiman, B, Di Guardo, M, and Valentini, G (2009).
Organising R&D projects to profit from innovation: Insights from co-opetition
Long Range Planning, 42(2):216 - 233.

Fabrizio, K (2009).
Absorptive capacity and the search for innovation
Research Policy, 38(2):255 - 267.

Cassiman, B, Veugelers, R, and Zuniga, P (2008).
In search of performance effects of (in)direct industry science links
Industrial and Corporate Change, 17(4):611-646.

Parvan, S (2007).
Community innovation statistics: Weak link between innovative enterprises and public research institutes/universities
Statistics in Focus, 81:1-8.

Alcacer, J and Gittelman, M (2006).
How do I know what you know? Patent examiners and the generation of patent citations
Review of Economics and Statistics, 88(4):774-779.

Cassiman, B and Veugelers, R (2006).
In search of complementarity in the innovation strategy: Internal R&D and external knowledge acquisition.
Management Science, 52(1):68-82.

Darby, M and Zucker, L (2005).
Grilichesian breakthroughs: Inventions of methods of inventing and firm entry in nanotechnology
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working paper(9825), Cambridge, MA.

Griliches, Z (2005).
Isues in assessing the contribution of research and development to productivity growth
Bell Journal of Economics, 10(1):92-116.

Kim, J, Lee, L, and Marschke, G (2005).
The influence of university research on industrial innovation
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working paper(11447), Cambridge, MA.

Veugelers, R and Cassiman, B (2005).
R&D cooperation between firms and universities. Some empirical evidence from Belgian manufacturing
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 23(5-6):355-379.

Arundel, A and Geuna, A (2004).
Proximity and the use of public science by innovative European firms
Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 13(6):559-580.

Belderbos, R, Carree, M, and Lokshin, B (2004).
Cooperative R&D and firm performance
Research Policy, 33(10):1477-1492.

Fleming, L and Sorenson, O (2004).
Science as a map in technological search
Strategic Management Journal, 25(8-9):909-928.

Stern, S (2004).
Do scientists pay to be scientists?
Management Science, 50(6):835-853.

Hall, B, Link, A, and Scott, J (2003).
Universities as research partners
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 85(2):485-491.

Cohen, W, Nelson, R, and Walsh, J (2002).
Links and impacts: The influence of public research on industrial R&D
Management Science, 48(1):1-23.

Thursby, J and Thursby, M (2002).
Who is selling the ivory tower? Sources of growth in university licensing
Management Science, 48(1):90-104.

Zucker, L, Darby, M, and Armstrong, JS (2002).
Commercializing knowledge: University science, knowledge capture, and firm performance in biotechnology
Management Science, 48(1):138-153.

Agrawal, A (2001).
University to industry knowledge transfers: :Literature review and unanswered questions
International Journal of Management Reviews, 3(4):285-302.

Darby, MR and Zucker, LG (2001).
Change or die: The adoption of biotechnology in the Japanese and U.S. pharmaceutical industries
Research on Technological Innovation, Management and Policy, 7:85-125.

Hicks, D, Breitzman, T, Olivastro, D, and Hamilton, K (2001).
The changing composition of innovative activity in the US – A portrait based on patent analysis
Research Policy, 30(4):681 - 703.

Jensen, R and Thursby, M (2001).
Proofs and prototypes for sale: The licensing of university inventions
American Economic Review, 91(1):240-259.