This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.
There are 48 references in this bibliography folder.
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
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
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
Organising R&D projects to profit from innovation: Insights from co-opetition
Long Range Planning, 42(2):216 - 233.
Absorptive capacity and the search for innovation
Research Policy, 38(2):255 - 267.
Cassiman, B, Veugelers, R, and Zuniga, P
In search of performance effects of (in)direct industry science links
Industrial and Corporate Change, 17(4):611-646.
Community innovation statistics: Weak link between innovative enterprises and public research institutes/universities
Statistics in Focus, 81:1-8.
Alcacer, J and Gittelman, M
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
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
Grilichesian breakthroughs: Inventions of methods of inventing and firm entry in nanotechnology
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working paper(9825), Cambridge, MA.
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
The influence of university research on industrial innovation
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working paper(11447), Cambridge, MA.
Veugelers, R and Cassiman, B
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
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
Cooperative R&D and firm performance
Research Policy, 33(10):1477-1492.
Fleming, L and Sorenson, O
Science as a map in technological search
Strategic Management Journal, 25(8-9):909-928.
Do scientists pay to be scientists?
Management Science, 50(6):835-853.
Hall, B, Link, A, and Scott, J
Universities as research partners
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 85(2):485-491.
Cohen, W, Nelson, R, and Walsh, J
Links and impacts: The influence of public research on industrial R&D
Management Science, 48(1):1-23.
Thursby, J and Thursby, M
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
Commercializing knowledge: University science, knowledge capture, and firm performance in biotechnology
Management Science, 48(1):138-153.
University to industry knowledge transfers: :Literature review and unanswered questions
International Journal of Management Reviews, 3(4):285-302.
Darby, MR and Zucker, LG
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
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
Proofs and prototypes for sale: The licensing of university inventions
American Economic Review, 91(1):240-259.