Voluntary technological disclosure as an efficient knowledge management device : an empirical study

@inproceedings{LHUILLERY2003VoluntaryTD,
  title={Voluntary technological disclosure as an efficient knowledge management device : an empirical study},
  author={St{\'e}phane LHUILLERY},
  year={2003}
}
  • Stéphane LHUILLERY
  • Published 2003
This paper investigates three questions related to endogenous information and knowledge disclosure by firms: Which industry sectors are more apt to disclose information and knowledge? Why is such knowledge released? Is knowledge disclosure an efficient strategy? An empirical analysis on four French data sets that focus on appropriation, the practices of innovation, and the related payoffs suggests answers to these questions. A firm with high R&D intensity, from a high-tech sector, participating… CONTINUE READING

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