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Exploring patent-based indicators, firm performance and product introductions : the case of ASML and its industry peers

@inproceedings{Meyer2018ExploringPI,
  title={Exploring patent-based indicators, firm performance and product introductions : the case of ASML and its industry peers},
  author={Robert Frederick Meyer},
  year={2018}
}
Firms need to innovate to respond to changes in the demands of customers so that they may capitalize on opportunities regarding changing marketplaces, structures, and technology. As a result, patents play an increasingly important role in innovation, economic performance and product introductions. An interesting example industry, in which continuous innovation is important, is the semiconductor industry, and an interesting company that has made some remarkable progress in innovation and growth… 

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