II. Innovations in Industrial Organization of R&D and Technology Transfer Chair: Donald Siegel, Business School-Jubilee Campus, The University of Nottingham Albert Link, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and John T. Scott, Dartmouth College: “Science Parks: Industry or Innovation?” Rachel Grifﬁth, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Stephen Redding, London School of Economics, and John van Reenen, University College, London: “Mapping the Two Faces of R&D: Productivity Growth in a Panel of Industries” Bronwyn H. Hall, University of California at Berkeley, and the NBER, and Manual Trajtenberg, Tel Aviv University: “Uncover- ing General Purpose Technologies (GPTs) with Patent Data” John Beath, University of St. Andrews and CEPR, Robert Owen, Universite ´ de Nantes, Joanna Poyago–Theotoky, University of Nottingham, and David Ulph, University College, London: “Op- timal Incentives for Income-Generation within Universities” III. “The Microsoft Case: Roundtable on Antitrust Policy Toward High-Technology Industries” Participants: (partial list) Nicholas Economides, New York University Stanley Liebowitz, New York University Stephen Martin, University of Amsterdam For further information about each session, please contact the chair for that session; or contact the Editor of the Review, at tel: 413-549-1177 or fax: 413-549-4476, or e-mail: email@example.com.
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 16, 2004
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