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Standards, Patents and Innovations

Timothy Simcoe, Ajay Agrawal and Stuart Graham ()

in NBER Books from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

JEL-codes: L15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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Chapters in this book:

A Tale of Two Standards: Patent Pools and Innovation in the Optical Disk Drive Industry
Kenneth Flamm
Do Patent Pools Encourage Innovation? Evidence from 20 Industries in the 1930s
Ryan Lampe and Petra Moser
Innovating Standards through Informal Consortia: The Case of Wireless Telecommunications
Henry Delcamp and Aija Leiponen
Intellectual Property Rights and the Evolution of Scientific Journals as Knowledge Platforms
Daniel C. Fehder, Fiona Murray and Scott Stern
International Standards and International Trade: Empirical Evidence from ISO 9000 Diffusion
Joseph Clougherty and Michal Grajek
Patent Disclosure in Standard Setting
Bernhard Ganglmair and Emanuele Tarantino
Patent Pools, Thickets, and Open Source Software Entry by Start-Up Firms
Wen Wen, Marco Ceccagnoli and Chris Forman
Patent Trolls and Technology Diffusion
Catherine Tucker
Raising the Barcode Scanner: Technology and Productivity in the Retail Sector
Emek Basker
Rewarding Duopoly Innovators: The Price of Exclusivity
Hugo Hopenhayn and Matthew Mitchell
Weak Patents Are a Weak Deterrent: Patent Portfolios, the Orange Book Listing Standard, and Generic Entry in Pharmaceuticals
C. Scott Hemphill and Bhaven Sampat

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