Sources of Economic Renewal: From the Traditional Firm to the Knowledge Firm
Recent empirical work increasingly points to imperfect intellectual property rights as an important determinant of firm's organization strategy.This paper argues that imperfect intellectual property rights, and the ensuing im- portance of reducing information leakages outside innovating firms are at the core of recent trends towards increased decentralization of firms.
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