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Dr Neil Lee and Prof Andres Rodrigues-Pose
Working paper at the Urban & Regional research centre at Utrecht University, this paper will soon be published in Urban Studies.
Prof Birgitte Andersen; Dr Federica Rossi; A Rosli; W Yangsap
Forthcoming article "Are there institutional failures in intellectual property marketplaces? Evidence from information and communication technology firms" will be published in the International Journal of Management soon.
Prof Birgitte Andersen, Dr Marva Corley and Ian Miles
Some of the background material for "Productivity and the Service Sector: Theories, Concepts and Measurements" was highlighted in the World Development Report 2005 as being of key importance for understanding productivity measurements. "Productivity and the Service Sector: Theories, Concepts and Measurements" will be published by Edward Elgar Publishing in 2012.
Dr Neil Lee and Emma Drever
London is a global hub of the creative industries. These industries are seen as both innovative in themselves and an input in innovation processes in other sectors. Yet few studies have tested these relationships. This article investigates these issues using large-scale survey data for London. Published in European Planning Studies.
Will Hutton and Dr Neil Lee
This article argues that failures in the national structure of ownership have had significant consequences in local economies where important companies were based. Published in the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
This article provides the first comparative evidence on the link between innovation and inequality in a continental perspective. Published in the Journal of Economic Geography
Dr Neil Lee; Prof Marc Cowling
“Place, sorting effects and SMEs in deprived areas: Different problems or different firms?” will be printed in the International Small Business Journal soon.
Prof Birgitte Andersen; A Rosli; Dr Federica Rossi; W Yangsap
"Intellectual Property (IP) Governance in ICT Firms: Strategic Value Seeking through Proprietary and Non-proprietary IP Transactions" is available in the International Journal of Intellectual Property Management (IJIPM) Vol. 5, No.1 pp. 19 – 38. The article is also available online, but a subscription or purchase is required.
OECD - citing UK entry “Intellectual Asset Management: Strategies for Diverse Innovations” : The UK entry by Prof Birgitte Andersen and Dr Federica Rossi
The UK entry “Intellectual Asset Management: Strategies for Diverse Innovations” by Prof Birgitte Andersen and Dr Federica Rossi was Commissioned by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills.
Prof Birgitte Andersen; Dr Federica Rossi
"UK Universities look beyond the patent policy discourse in their intellectual property strategies" is available in Science and Public Policy, Vol 38, No 4. Pp 254-268. The article is also available online, but a subscription or purchase is required.
This paper analyzes the quality of the institutions underpinning markets for patents and copyrights with respect to IPR transactions between ‘universities and PROs’ and the users of the academic research base (mainly firms, but also other public bodies).
Dr Neil Lee
Published in Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, this paper was awarded editor's choice for best article. Please note that a subscription or purchase is required to download this article.
The public discourse advocating increased patenting of academic discoveries, which has led to the approval of legislative measures (such as the Bayh Dole Act, which is now adopted world-wide in various forms) is based on a set of theoretical arguments, mainly related to knowledge transfer and financial reward. Using an original survey of 46 universities (about 27%) in the United Kingdom, this article investigates whether some of these arguments are supported by evidence.
This paper asks two questions: have more diverse English cities grown faster? And does measurement matter: is it important to have a multinational population or an ethnically diverse one?
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