Academic Incentives and Research Organization for Patenting at a Large French University

@inproceedings{Carayol2004AcademicIA,
  title={Academic Incentives and Research Organization for Patenting at a Large French University},
  author={Nicolas Carayol},
  year={2004}
}
This article provides an empirical study of the determinants of academic patenting. The data concern more than nine hundred scholars at Université Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg. Our main results show that academic incentives and career issues do not stimulate patenting. Research organization plays a major role for patent production. We find positive effects of laboratory size, of interdisciplinary research, and of colleagues ages. These effects differ from the ones that affect publication… CONTINUE READING
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