Citations Profile and the Complexity of Innovation
AbstractPatent or article citations reflect the consequences of a published idea on the discovery of new ideas. We draw a simple theoretical model predicting that the shape of the future citations of an idea can reveal the complexity of its innovative research spillover. We apply this method to the patent forward citations in the US industries.
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Patent Forward Citations; Technological Complexity; Skewness.;
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