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The rate and direction of inventive activity

The rate and direction of inventive activity

economic and social factors : a conference of the Universities-National Bureau Committee for Economic Research and the Committee on Economic Growth of the Social Science Research Council.

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Federal funding and the rate and direction of inventive activity Supportive of the rich descriptive and basic statistical narrative found in the chapters of Cohen & Noll’s book, federally funded research may play an irreplaceable role in both the rate and direction of inventive by: 2. Reference Grover, D. Book review, The Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity Revisited by J Lerner and S Stern. Journal of Economic Literature.

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costs on the rate of inventive activity but also, and perhaps more importantly, fundamen-tal changes in the organization of knowledge creation that affect the direction of inventive activity. Generalists influence the process of cumulative knowledge creation by connecting. I provide novel empirical evidence grounded in an original theoretical framework to explain why colocation matters for the rate, direction, and quality of scientific collaboration. To address endogeneity concerns due to selection into colocation and matching, I exploit the constraints imposed on the spatial allocation of labs on the Jussieu Cited by:


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In his contribution The rate and direction of inventive activity book the Rate and Direction volume, Fritz Machlup () discussed at some length the concept of “inventive labor.” Part of our purpose is to unpack that term into those “inventive workers” who are truly innovative, and those who fi ll in the gaps and improve the original insights, whom we refer to as by: The papers here range from description and analysis of how our political economy allocates its inventive effort, to studies of the decision making process in specific industrial laboratories.

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Publication date Topics InventionsPages: Chapters in this book: Introduction to "The Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity: Economic and Social Factors", pp Richard Nelson Inventive Activity: Problems of Definition and Measurement, pp Simon Kuznets Some Difficulties in Measuring Inventive Activity, pp Barkev S.

Sanders The Economics of Research and Development, pp.