Iain M. Cockburn spends much of his time researching Industrial organization, Productivity, Microeconomics, Economic geography and Function. His studies in Industrial organization integrate themes in fields like Market power and Economies of scope, Scope. Iain M. Cockburn interconnects Competition, Economies of scale, Marketing and Investment in the investigation of issues within Productivity.
His study in the fields of Absorptive capacity under the domain of Marketing overlaps with other disciplines such as Upstream, Internal organization and Social connectedness. His Microeconomics study incorporates themes from Relative valuation, Knowledge capital and Standard deviation. His Economic geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test, Space and Organizational boundaries.
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial organization, Productivity, Marketing, Intellectual property and Pharmaceutical industry. His Industrial organization research includes elements of Quality and Commerce. His research in Productivity intersects with topics in Competition, Economies of scope, Scope, Incentive and Economies of agglomeration.
His Incentive study combines topics in areas such as Government and Public economics. His study looks at the relationship between Marketing and topics such as Private sector, which overlap with Public sector. His work on Patent portfolio as part of general Intellectual property study is frequently linked to Empirical evidence, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Intellectual property, Negotiation, Survey data collection and Bilateral monopoly. Iain M. Cockburn has included themes like Productivity, Information and Communications Technology, Marketing, Key and Operations research in his Industrial organization study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Product and Consumer behaviour in addition to Productivity.
The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Technology policy, Public sector, Property rights and Human resources. His Intellectual property research incorporates elements of Transaction cost and Legal action. His Negotiation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Developing country, Salient and Process.
His primary areas of study are Industrial organization, Marketing, Externality, Productivity and Intellectual property. Iain M. Cockburn carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Industrial organization and Generic drug. His work deals with themes such as Salient, Production, Information technology and Process, which intersect with Marketing.
The Externality study combines topics in areas such as International trade and Economic geography. His Productivity research integrates issues from Control, Deep learning and Artificial intelligence. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Negotiation, Survey data collection, Market failure and Bilateral monopoly.
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Measuring competence?: exploring firm effects in pharmaceutical research
Rebecca Henderson;Iain Cockburn.
Scale, Scope and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Rebecca Henderson;Iain Cockburn.
Absorptive Capacity, Coauthoring Behavior, and the Organization of Research in Drug Discovery
Iain M. Cockburn;Rebecca M. Henderson.
Scale, Scope and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in Ethical Drug Discovery
Rebecca M. Henderson;Iain Cockburn.
Scale, Scope, and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in Drug Discovery
Rebecca M. Henderson;Iain M. Cockburn.
Social Science Research Network (1998)
Industry Effects and Appropriability Measures in the Stock Market's Valuation of R&D and Patents
Iain Cockburn;Zvi Griliches.
The American Economic Review (1988)
Untangling the Origins of Competitive Advantage
Iain M. Cockburn;Rebecca M. Henderson;Scott Stern.
The Economics of Reproducibility in Preclinical Research
Leonard P. Freedman;Iain M. Cockburn;Timothy S. Simcoe.
Gone but not forgotten: knowledge flows, labor mobility, and enduring social relationships
Ajay Agrawal;Iain Cockburn;John McHale.
The anchor tenant hypothesis: exploring the role of large, local, R&D-intensive firms in regional innovation systems
Ajay Agrawal;Ajay Agrawal;Iain Cockburn;Iain Cockburn.
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