Innovation in Israel 1968-97: a Comparative Analysis Using Patent Data
The Israeli high tech sector is widely regarded as a hotbed of cutting-edge technologies, and as the growth engine of the Israeli economy in the nineties and beyond. In this paper we present a close-up portrait of innovation in Israel for the past 30 years, with the aid of highly detailed patent data. We use for that purpose all Israeli patents taken in the US (over 7,000), as well as US patents and patents from other countries for comparative purposes.
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