Paper__How to find the most promising patents?

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Paper__How to find the most promising patents?

Mensagem por Torgal » quinta jun 13, 2019 5:34 am

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 5419300389

Recent paper in the link above by researchers of Carnegie Mellon University.



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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 20 de Março de 2019 20:36
Assunto: Only in third world countries universities make more patent applications than corporations

Check Top 20 countries table on page 4 (link below). Switzerland, Netherlands and Denmark with the ratios 955, 416 and 411 tops the list. See Excel file in attachment. Page 5 and 6 shows that universities have no chances to compete against corporations. Applications from universities represent just 9% of the total. Only in third world countries universities make more applications than corporations.
http://documents.epo.org/projects/babyl ... nce_en.pdf




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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 18 de Março de 2019 8:04
Assunto: March 2019___"Science Quality and the Value of Inventions"

https://arxiv.org/abs/1903.05020

Very recent study in the link above by German and UK researchers based on 4.8 million patents


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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 15 de Fevereiro de 2019 6:36
Assunto: The current patent system fosters unsustainable wild capitalism

The paper Mapping the global influence of published research on industry and innovation" https://www.nature.com/articles/nbt.4049#t1 shows that we need a new patent system, one that is able to reward all the contributors of the scientific process and not only the ones in the end of the science chain. The current patent system is unfair, only serves corporate agenda and fosters unsustainable wild capitalism. Some contributions to start that change can be found in here https://doi.org/10.1080/10438599.2018.1557428




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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 24 de Janeiro de 2019 19:16
Assunto: 2019__An interesting paper on 40 years of patent rights and productivity for 70 countries

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 0X18303954

“…using dynamic panel regression analysis for 70 countries…We show that the effects of stronger or more rigorous patent systems are insignificant for productivity growth in both developing and industrialized countries…it is not the discovery and ownership of novel products and processes at the innovative frontier that induces productive growth”

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