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R&D spillovers, patents and the incentives to innovate in Japan and the United States

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  • Cohen, Wesley M.
  • Goto, Akira
  • Nagata, Akiya
  • Nelson, Richard R.
  • Walsh, John P.

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  • Cohen, Wesley M. & Goto, Akira & Nagata, Akiya & Nelson, Richard R. & Walsh, John P., 2002. "R&D spillovers, patents and the incentives to innovate in Japan and the United States," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol. 31(8-9), pages 1349-1367, December.
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