We examine the influence of faculty patenting on the rate, quality, and content of public research outputs in a panel dataset of 3,862 academic life scientists.
Brazil's established soft-drink firms recently lost ground to multiple low-price entrants, with small-scale operations and minimal advertising.
We present a dynamic empirical model of a firm's R&D decisions that is consistent with the existence of sunk R&D costs, taking into account that these costs may differ between small and large
We explore the interaction between public support for R&D and appropriability using a dataset constructed from the Spanish Community Innovation Survey, for the period 2000–2005.
I examine the question whether cooperation in R&D among firms producing similar products leads to product market collusion.
We extend the literature on exclusive dealing by allowing the incumbent and the potential entrant to merge. This uncovers new effects.
This paper presents an equilibrium theory of vertical mergers that incorporates strategic behaviors in the Hotelling-type location model.
I consider optimal auctions for a seller who is bound to sell a single item to one of two potential buyers, organized in a ‘well-coordinated’ cartel.
This article examines the influence of economics on business research using citation data. The share of economics in citations from business is 10.78% until 1995, but only 6.95% for 1996–2003.