We also gratefully acknowledge generous support through a Research Enhancement Fund award and a grant from the Center for the Study of Globalization, both of the George Washington University. We thank John Hagedoorn, Franco Malerba, and Robert Rycroft for very useful comments on drafts. All remaining mistakes are our responsibility.
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