Innovation, Intellectual Property and Economic Growth

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Index
absorptive capacity, 250
Adams, J., 94
adoption: rates of, 186–90
Aghion, P., 129, 142
Albaladejo, M., 334
appropriability, 34; appropriability effect, 124, 233
Arrow, K., 19, 128, 227
Arundel, A., 152
Audretsch, D. B., 100, 104, 119
Australia, 44
Autor, D., 284
Bain, J., 126
Baker, M., 171
barriers to entry, 126–28
Baumol, W., 118, 150
Bayh-Dole Act, 97, 102, 298
Beath, J., 98
Belderbos, R., 137
Belgium, 65
Bell Laboratories, 8
Berne Convention, 47, 260, 307
Bernstein, J. I., 137
Bessen, J., 155, 301
Bhide, A., 346
Blanchflower, D. G., 118
Bloom, N., 90, 166, 202
Blundell, R., 141
Boldrin, M., 308
Booth, A., 279
Bosworth, D., 343
brands, 156
Branstetter, L., 105, 337
Brazil, 79, 110
business-stealing effect, 124, 150, 193, 233
Canada, 44, 193
Canepa, A., 186
capital markets, 21–22; liberalization of, 258
capitalism, xii, 119
Card, D., 286
Carree, M., 137
Caselli, F., 189
catch-up model, 358–59
Chicago school, 123
China, 49, 75, 79, 108–10, 243, 247, 253, 259, 263, 285, 342
Coase, R., 26
Cobb-Douglas production function, 71, 216, 354
Cohen, W., 140
Coleman, W. J., 189
collecting organizations, 48
Comin, D., 253
Commission on Growth and Development, 238
common pool problem, 300
Community Innovation Survey (CIS), 58, 64–65, 139, 152, 275
complementary assets, 122, 157
consumer surplus, 10, 12, 34
copyright, 45–49, 152, 305; gray markets, 49; market for, 48–49; piracy, 49, 307, 342–43; returns to, 170–71; term extension, 306
counterfeiting, 303, 310, 330, 342–43
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 298
creative destruction, 28, 121–26, 178; growth models, 231–34
Cunningham, B., 171
cybersquatters, 312
Darby, M., 103
David, P., 102, 185, 321
de Soto, H., 254
Demsetz, H., 127
Denmark, 65, 73
designs, 43–45, 152
developing countries, 248, 256, 259
diffusion, 177; economic model, 180–84; epidemic model, 179–80; evidence, 186–90
DiNardo, J., 286
discovery, 5
Dowrick, S., 252, 273
Drucker, P., 119
duplication, 22

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