Prioritized Examination and its Impact on Commercialization of Patents

@inproceedings{Hrendash2019PrioritizedEA,
  title={Prioritized Examination and its Impact on Commercialization of Patents},
  author={Taras Hrendash},
  year={2019}
}
Patents play an important role in facilitating transfers of knowledge, and enable commercialization of innovative ideas by reducing information asymmetry between potential buyers and sellers on the market for technology. The crucial question, however, is how quickly innovative ideas can be patented. Previous research has shown that the probability of commercialization for pending applications peaks immediately after the patent allowance event (Gans, Hsu & Stern, 2008). But does the length of… CONTINUE READING

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