Economic and Management Perspectives on Intellectual by C. Peeters, B. van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie, Bruno van

By C. Peeters, B. van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie, Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie

This publication presents a greater figuring out of ways highbrow estate can enhance monetary and enterprise functionality. It makes a speciality of 3 specific concerns: the valuation of patents, the move of information, and the administration of innovation and highbrow estate. students from best all over the world associations use quantitative tools and complex survey thoughts to discover the advanced dating among patents, innovation, enterprise capital and clinical learn. The e-book makes a speciality of 3 wide matters: the valuation of patents, the move of data, and the administration of innovation and highbrow estate.

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V* – z where z is a positive number reflecting the combined effect of competition and the IP system). This chapter seeks to throw some light on these issues by analysing how the stock market values R&D and IP. The analysis in this chapter uses a new panel dataset on the R&D and IP activity of UK production firms covering the period 1989 to 1999. The chapter extends the standard approaches to analysing the market value of innovative firms in a number of ways. First, we analyse whether the market’s valuation of firm-level innovation varies across sectors and firms.

This study opens the way to several avenues for further research. First, the empirical analysis could be improved by taking into account the quality of the patent portfolio (with the number of forward citations) along with the quantity of active patents. It would also be worthwhile validating the results using larger databases of firms, ideally in different countries or regions. Finally, as suggested by the authors, being able to differentiate patent portfolios as mere indicator of innovation performance from patent portfolios as strategic tools to leverage in technological negotiations or to use in building strong technological positions vis-à-vis competitors, would constitute a quantum leap in the current state of research on patenting behaviour.

2003) which showed that patents which had survived opposition were roughly ten times more valuable than other, unopposed patents. Another important (not surprising) prediction from the above model is that opposition becomes more likely as the costs of opposition proceedings decrease in comparison to the costs of settlement, and as the perceived likelihood of winning a case increases. Other predictions – not derived from the model described before – concern the impact of asymmetric information.

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