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    • Did Bank Distress Stifle Innovation during the Great Depression? 

      Nanda, Ramana; Nicholas, Thomas (Elsevier BV, 2014-11)
      We find a negative relationship between bank distress and the level, quality, and trajectory of firm-level innovation during the Great Depression, particularly for R&D firms operating in capital intensive industries. ...
    • Ethnic Innovation and U.S. Multinational Firm Activity 

      Foley, C. Fritz; Kerr, William Robert (Informs, 2012-12-07)
      This paper studies the impact that immigrant innovators have on the global activities of U.S. firms by analyzing detailed data on patent applications and on the operations of the foreign affiliates of U.S. multinational ...
    • The New Patent Intermediaries: Platforms, Defensive Aggregators and Super-Aggregators 

      Hagiu, Andrei; Yoffie, David Bruce (American Economic Association, 2013)
      The patent market consists mainly of privately negotiated, bilateral transactions, either sales or cross-licenses, between large companies. There is no eBay, Amazon, New York Stock Exchange, or Kelley's Blue Book equivalent ...
    • Scope versus Speed: Team Diversity, Leader Experience, and Patenting Outcomes for Firms 

      Choudhury, Prithwiraj; Haas, Martine R. (Wiley, 2018-04-01)
      How does the organization of patenting activity affect a firm’s patenting outcomes? We investigate how the composition of patenting teams relates to both the scope of their patent applications and the speed of their patent ...