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Increasingly, innovations aimed at sustainable development have occupied a top position in businesses' planning. Thus, this paper is aimed at contributing to the ongoing and current debate on sustainability-oriented innovation (SOI) development. Despite SOI's ability to bring forward new...
This paper analyses the effects of public and private funding on the subsequent scientific output of academic research in nanotechnology. We investigate whether public grants increase the citation of publications, as well as whether private funding is complementary in enhancing citation impact....
The purpose of the paper is to provide a patent-based framework exhibiting how companies manage their R&D collaborations at the knowledge domain level. Two characteristics of the knowledge fields involved in alliances are examined - technological strategy and technological relevance - proposing...
According to theory, direct R&D grants should be used for projects with low private returns, high social returns and high risk. R&D tax credits, on the other hand, allow firms to choose projects freely according to their private returns. Building on the standard R&D capital model, I develop a...
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