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The increasing linkage between U.S. technology and public science
Citation Frequency and the Value of Patented Inventions
- D. Harhoff, F. Narin, F. Scherer, K. Vopel
- Economics, HistoryReview of Economics and Statistics
- 1 August 1999
Through a survey, private economic value estimates were obtained on 964 inventions made in the United States and Germany and on which German patent renewal fees were paid to full-term expiration in,…
Citation influence for journal aggregates of scientific publications: Theory, with application to the literature of physics
Direct validation of citation counts as indicators of industrially important patents
Citation rates to technologically important patents
Scientific co-operation in Europe and the citation of multinationally authored papers
It was found that international coauthorship is increasing steadily, both within and outside of the Community, with some evidence that international cooperation is increasing more rapidly in scientific fields that have been targeted by the Commission.
An Analysis of the Critical Role of Public Science in Innovation: The Case of Biotechnology
Citation Frequency and the Value of Patented Innovation
Citation Frequency and the Value of Patented Innovation by Dietmar Harhoff, Francis Narin, Frederic M. Scherer, Katrin Vopel * Through a survey, economic value estimates were obtained on 962…
Patents as indicators of corporate technological strength
Is technology becoming science?
It is concluded that science and technology are far more closely linked today than is normally perceived, and that the division between leading edge biotechnology and modern bioscience has alsmot completely disappeared.