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Appropriability, Patents, Innovation, Discrete Hazard Models
Hazard rates, innovation, optimal stopping problem, patent scope, university licensing
collaboration, university, intellectual, R&D, IP
Emerging Technology, Nanotechnology, Incumbent Firm, Technological Change, Public Science, Inventive Output
economics of information security, software vulnerabilities, vulnerability disclosure, patching
entrepreneurship, professor privilege, commercialization, startup
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Royalties, Technology transfer, Colleges & universities, Licensing strategies, Faculty, Contracts & agreements, Inventions, Academic research
Buyers, Early stage technologies, Technology licenses, Stages of development, University-firm relations, Technology transfer, High technology industries, Colleges & universities, Reward systems, License agreements, Inventors, Contracts & agreements, Royalties, Faculty, University-industry relations, Equity, Licensing strategies
Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), Inventions, License agreements, Patent licenses, Academic research, Faculty, University-industry relations, Technology transfer, Patents
Technology transfer, Licenses, Patents, Academic research, Inventors, Scholarly publications, Colleges & universities, Faculty
university science, patents, licences, H41, I23, K11, L3
research productivity, patenting, intellectual human capital, tacit knowledge, R&D investments, alliances, acquisitions, capability development
incubator firm performance differentials, university linkages, commercialization of university technology, new venture creation
Knowledge flows, localized spillovers, resource-based view of the firm, absorptive capacity, incubator firm performance
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