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Chapter 9 : Appropriation strategies and endogenous technological regime : Towards a dynamic theory of the role of patents: Part. 2 Economics of creativity, firms and organizations

Abstract : Also, Bah and Le Bas ( 2011 ) mobilized the literature on sectoral systems of innovation to develop the concept of sectoral systems of intellectual property (SSIP), a concept which illustrates that the optimal use of intellectual property is contingent to a set of elements which themselves depend largely on the sector in which the company operates. In parallel to this work, Pénin ( 2011 ) studied the determinants of fi rms’ optimal patenting strategy and argued that the technological regime (Nelson and Winter, 1982 ) plays a central role.
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Jérôme Freyermuth, Patrick Cohendet, Julien Pénin. Chapter 9 : Appropriation strategies and endogenous technological regime : Towards a dynamic theory of the role of patents: Part. 2 Economics of creativity, firms and organizations. Thierry Burger-Helmchen. The Economics of Creativity : Ideas, Firms and Markets, Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), 16 p., 2013, 9781138901278. ⟨hal-03796411⟩

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