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The Open Innovation model: some issues regarding its internal consistency

Danièle Benezech
2012 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
A PARADIGM SHIFT?  ...  Moreover, if the model of Open Innovation is based on observed trends that have been present for more than twenty years, it is not necessarily a new paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.010.0145 fatcat:dstf2hqaxbfvtfwt2xvrof75gu

Copyright and Truth

Maurizio Borghi
2011 Theoretical Inquiries in Law  
This enables reaching a proper understanding of the scope of copyright and to characterizing its specificity as compared to its "fellow rights," patents and trademarks.  ...  Theoretical Inquiries in Law [Vol. 12:1 2 This paradigm underlies many of the current criticisms of the so-called neoclassicist economic approach to copyright, which justifies a broad proprietary regime  ...  , towards things, and towards other human beings.  ... 
doi:10.2202/1565-3404.1261 fatcat:hpumpclumzfnrjireygxycirhe

Copyright and Truth

Maurizio Borghi
2011 Social Science Research Network  
, towards things, and towards other human beings.  ...  a duty to be accomplished towards third parties, namely to the public.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2358893 fatcat:f3kotzmwkfbxbnooz4dq3wimpu

Technical Change and Industrial Dynamics as Evolutionary Processes [chapter]

Giovanni Dosi, Richard R. Nelson
2010 Handbook of The Economics of Innovation, Vol. 1  
... the invention of a great number of machines which facilitate and abridge labour, and enable one man to do the work of many' Smith ( 1981 [1776]) p. 17 1 Prepared for B. Hall and N.  ...  Each paradigm involves a specific 'technology of technical change', that is specific heuristics of search.  ...  Still, the notion of 'paradigm' holds in terms of underlying features of knowledge bases and search processes. 17 Whether the establishment of a dominant paradigm entails also the established of a dominant  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7218(10)01003-8 fatcat:6mz6e4tvx5fw7dhqfswih2iwpm

Transhumanities as the Pinnacle and a Bridge

Piotr (Peter) Boltuc
2022 Humanities  
The view that philosophy, ethics and related disciplines pertain to all rational beings, not solely to humans, is essential to the philosophy of Immanuel Kant.  ...  Many authors ponder how a kernel of ethical respect for human beings can be built into Artificial General Intelligence by the time it becomes a reality.  ...  Building towards Formulation of Transhumanites There seem to be two ways to revise, revert, or revolutionize a paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.3390/h11010027 fatcat:d5qjgivblvei3d3vggygedd6ga

Prospectively assessing risk for premature ovarian senescence in young females: a new paradigm

Norbert Gleicher, Vitaly A Kushnir, David H Barad
2015 Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology  
Methods: We here, based on published evidence, suggest a new diagnostic paradigm, which is based on identifying young women at increased risk for POS at much earlier stages.  ...  effective and, therefore, also more cost-effective.  ...  Genetic control of recruitment, therefore, primarily appears to counteract a natural tendency toward explosive one-time recruitment, as still seen in more primitive water-born species.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12958-015-0026-z pmid:25906823 pmcid:PMC4407846 fatcat:bdq7n7w2yvattmbi4fzchillje

IP Transactions: On the Theory & Practice of Commercializing Innovation

F. Scott Kieff
2005 Social Science Research Network  
Depending on the circumstances of a given situation, different practices and different aspects of the legal regimes of intellectual property, antitrust, business  ...  Borrowing from the rich literature in the field generally known as new institutional economics, which has studied these types of problems more broadly, this Article elucidates how some practical tools  ...  Accordingly, institutional choices should not be about a singular search for perfection but rather about which sets of problems and benefits a general audience); see also MASAHIKO AOKI, TOWARD A COMPARATIVE  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.821327 fatcat:tbid764wjrckbcbyfvvmed2k6y

Shifting emphasis from pharmacogenomics to theragnostics

Vural Ozdemir, Bryn Williams-Jones, Stephen J Glatt, Ming T Tsuang, James B Lohr, Christopher Reist
2006 Nature Biotechnology  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS All authors contributed to the ideas, critique and synthesis of the data discussed in the present review, as well as the specific considerations involving the role of gene patents on theragnostic  ...  While genetic tests hold the promise of a more rational clinical forecast and management of disease risk in the future, they are also raising concerns about the provision of public healthcare services  ...  Now, nearly a decade after its introduction, the more realistic expectation is that pharmacogenomics will complement efforts for rational individualization of drug therapy in conjunction with existing  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt0806-942 pmid:16900136 fatcat:rc73doyjqbch3kjpkvtqki4mnq

Neo-Schumpeterian Long Wave Theory and Nanotechnology: Assessing the Future of Manufacturing Industry

Assistant Prof. Dr. Cem Okan Tuncel
2015 Journal of Economics and Development Studies  
Neo-Schumpeterian theory or the techno economic paradigm approach presents an approach that combines Kondratieff's long wave theory with Schumpeter's economic development theory and that explains capitalist  ...  While the initial ten years of the twenty first century have not ended yet; global capitalism is experiencing a widespread and in-depth economic crisis in 2007-2008.  ...  Loss of productivity by the current paradigm will push economy toward the search of a new paradigm and the system will transit to a new technological paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.15640/jeds.v3n1a5 fatcat:ggl3ytgmx5fifgi3sb6x2xjkci

The Patent Quality Control Process: Can We Afford an (Rationally) Ignorant Patent Offices?

Jing-Yuan Chiou
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Both work against Lemley (2001)'s hypothesis of a "rationally ignorant" patent office.  ...  It argues that, when the patent-holder has private information about the patent validity, (i) a weak patent is more likely to be settled and thus escape court challenges than a strong patent; and (ii)  ...  Langinier and Marcoul (2003) considers the patent applicant's search and disclosure of information to the patent office, while the later performs a complementary search and examination upon receiving  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1099948 fatcat:ayj6dc7g2bdpbb3y6ga3wfubsa

Homo cooperativus: Rethinking international relations [chapter]

Claus Leggewie
2022 Transboundary Cooperation and Global Governance for Inclusive Sustainable Development  
The more independent they become, children learn to differentiate and behave altruistically even towards persons unlikely to return the favour.  ...  For example, toddlers spontaneously help adults to master certain tasks, be it by lending a hand or by providing information (e.g., about the location of a searched-for item).  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783748930099-191 fatcat:d23yns4q2jcxboixegbtirkf2a

Propositions To Guide Evidence-Based Decision-Making

John Mankelwicz, Robert Kitahara
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>Much attention is given to highly quantitative decision-theoretic techniques; such methods generally deal with these inherent impediments to rational decisions  ...  Patents …… Investment Sets Cost ($) A B C D ….. Win Prob Utility Function . Program Management . Marketing .  ...  Herbert Simon (1945) , the popularizer of automation, emphasized quantitative methods as part of managers' efforts to be "intendedly rational;" yet at most they achieve a "bounded rationality."  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v6i10.2478 fatcat:fkz3f6miavahrnga5aahtrpfoq

Keep searching and you'll find: what do we know about variety creation through firms' search activities for innovation?

K. Laursen
2012 Industrial and Corporate Change  
More recently, the literature has focused on the trade-offs being created, by firms having to balance local and nonlocal search.  ...  It argues that the initial focus on local search was a consequence, in part, of the attention in evolutionary economics to path-dependent behavior, but that as localized behavior was increasingly accepted  ...  by a technological paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icc/dts025 fatcat:s3ags3q2zvdwdahqrkgwzghqmq

Patent Claim Interpretation Methodologies and Their Claim Scope Paradigms

Christopher Anthony Cotropia
2005 Social Science Research Network  
A claim scope paradigm criterion represents a significant and worthwhile departure from the current standard of certainty used by courts and commentators. Second, recognizing  ...  Various patent doctrines have been recognized as tools for creating specific patent scopes and, as a result, implementing specific patent theories.  ...  Telegenix, Inc.: Toward a More Formalistic Patent Claim Construction Model, 19 BERKELEY TECH.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.684249 fatcat:o6fofzxvj5erjkxhzh367cupbe

Three Factor Model: Some Ideas About the Relationship between Law, Science and Technology

Migle Laukyte
2014 Social Science Research Network  
I present three such intervening factors, namely (a) paradigm shifts, (b) socioeconomic consequences, and (c) public debate, which I package into a model that brings out their interrelations: the more  ...  I illustrate these ideas with the help of different cases related to IT law, in particular patent law and copyright law as they evolved in the US.  ...  rational knowledge (Model 1) and as a competitive enterprise (Model 2).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2474099 fatcat:kwlqb7eglrcvzcv55xiyw7l6ni
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