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Mind the Gap: Capturing Value from Basic Research through Combining Mobile Inventors and Partnerships 

Date: 11/2018 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Veugelers, Reinhilde; Arts, Sam Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) To successfully generate more valuable technologies from accessing basic research knowledge, firms need to combine institutional and individual level bridges to universities and research institutes active in basic research. This combination is particularly important when the new technology builds on scientific prior art. While mobile inventors are ... More information Read related article

Text Matching to Measure Patent Similarity 

Date: 01/2018 Author(s): Arts, Sam; Cassiman, Bruno; Gómez, Juan Carlos Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We propose using text matching to measure the technological similarity between patents. Technology experts from different fields validate the new similarity measure and its improvement on measures based on the United States Patent Classification System, and identify its limitations. As an application, we replicate prior findings on the localization ... More information

Open Innovation: Are Inbound And Outbound Knowledge Flows Really Complementary? 

Date: 06/2016 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Valentini, Giovanni Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) One novel implication of the open innovation paradigm is that inflows and outflows of knowledge are complementary. We argue that engaging simultaneously in buying and selling knowledge should allow firms to increase innovation outcomes. At the same time, we identify some of the relevant costs (cognitive, transaction, and organizational costs) that ... More information Read related article

Exploring the Scope of Open Innovation: A Bibliometric Review of a Decade of Research 

Date: 09/2015 Author(s): Kovács, Adrián; Van Looy, Bart; Cassiman, Bruno Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) The concept of open innovation has attracted considerable attention since Henry Chesbrough first coined it to capture the increasing reliance of firms on external sources of innovation. Although open innovation has flourished as a topic within innovation management research, it has also triggered debates about the coherence of the research endeavors ... More information

Co-Ownership of Intellectual Property 

Date: 06/2014 Author(s): Belderbos, René; Cassiman, Bruno; Faems, Dries; Leten, Bart; Van Looy, Bart Editor(s): Cátedra Nissan de Estrategia Corporativa y Competitividad Internacional; CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Combining both interview data and empirical analyses at the patent and firm levels, we explore the value-appropriation and value-creation implications of R&D collaboration resulting in the co-ownership of intellectual property (i.e. co-patents). We make an explicit distinction between three different types of co-patenting partners: intra-industry partners, ... More information Read related article

Innovation and Internationalization Through Exports 

Date: 01/2011 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Golovko, Elena Editor(s): CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Successful product innovation leads to the decision by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to enter the export market. We argue that in addition to a direct effect of innovation on exports, product innovation, through its effect on firm productivity, increases the likelihood of the firm entering the export market. Using a panel of Spanish manufacturing ... More information

Diversity of Science Linkages: A Survey of Innovation Performance Effects and Some Evidence from Flemish Firms 

Date: 12/2010 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Veugelers, Reinhilde; Zuniga, Pluvia Editor(s): CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) This paper discusses the diversity of mechanisms which firms can deploy to link to science and how science links are associated with their innovation performance. Using a sample of Flemish firms, we show that there exists considerable heterogeneity in the type of links to science at the firm level. Overall, firms with a science link enjoy superior ... More information

Organizing Links with Science: Cooperate or Contract? A Project-Level Analysis 

Date: 09/2010 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Di Guardo. M.C.; Valentini, Giovanni Editor(s): CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Links with science have been argued to improve the (innovation) performance of firms. Yet we still know comparatively little about the project-level characteristics affecting the organization of such links. Our study, based on a sample of 52 projects carried out by a multinational company in the semiconductor industry, reveals that the knowledge attributes ... More information

Innovation, Exports and Productivity 

Date: 07/2010 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno; Golovko, Elena; Martínez-Ros, E. Editor(s): CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) We argue that the positive association found between firm productivity and exports in the literature relates to the firm's innovation decisions. Using a panel of Spanish manufacturing firms we find strong evidence that product innovation - not process innovation - affects productivity and induces small non-exporting firms to enter the export market. ... More information Read related article

Capturing Spillovers: Complementarities in Innovation Strategy and the Link to Science 

Date: 06/2010 Author(s): Cassiman, Bruno Editor(s): CIMS - Center for Innovation Marketing and Strategy Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) Macro-level studies find a positive relation between (basic) R&D investments and economic performance and growth. Spillovers - knowledge flows between economic actors for which the receiver does not compensate the sender - are suggested to play an important role in this positive relation. At the micro level, however, we still lack a coherent body of ... More information
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