His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Industrial organization, Intellectual property and Regional science. His Entrepreneurship research includes elements of Economy and Ivory tower. When carried out as part of a general Marketing research project, his work on Commercialization is frequently linked to work in Small Business Innovation Research, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Technological change and Economic system. His Intellectual property research integrates issues from Economic growth, Commercial law and Engineering management. His work investigates the relationship between Regional science and topics such as Management that intersect with problems in Science park.
John T. Scott mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Entrepreneurship, Government, Public policy and Small Business Innovation Research. The various areas that he examines in his Industrial organization study include Technological change and Investment. His Investment research focuses on subjects like Competition, which are linked to Rivalry.
His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Management, Public sector and Intellectual property. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Public relations and Government. His Public policy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public economics and Public administration.
John T. Scott spends much of his time researching Finance, Technological change, Sociology of scientific knowledge, Federal Laboratories and Private sector. He has included themes like Quality, Legislature, Commercial law and Reservation in his Finance study. His work carried out in the field of Technological change brings together such families of science as Productivity, Econometrics and Public policy.
He focuses mostly in the field of Productivity, narrowing it down to topics relating to Management and, in certain cases, Intellectual property. As a member of one scientific family, John T. Scott mostly works in the field of Intellectual property, focusing on Law and economics and, on occasion, Competition. His research in Private sector intersects with topics in Control and Marketing.
His main research concerns Commercial law, Private sector, Technological change, Finance and Economic growth. His Commercial law study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology, Societal impact of nanotechnology, Public policy and Commercialization. His Private sector study combines topics in areas such as Small business, Marketing and Control.
His work deals with themes such as Production, Econometrics and Knowledge management, which intersect with Technological change. His Finance research incorporates themes from Government, Federal Laboratories, Taxpayer and Return on investment. His research in Economic growth tackles topics such as Information and Communications Technology which are related to areas like Regional science.
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Universities as Research Partners.
Bronwyn H. Hall;Albert N. Link;John T. Scott.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2003)
The nature of innovation market failure and the design of public support for private innovation
Stephen Martin;John T Scott.
Research Policy (2000)
Market Structure and Technological Change
William L. Baldwin;John T. Scott.
Barriers Inhibiting Industry from Partnering with Universities: Evidence from the Advanced Technology Program
Bronwyn H. Hall;Albert N. Link;John T. Scott..
Research Papers in Economics (2000)
Firm versus Industry Variability in R&D Intensity
Research Papers in Economics (1984)
Multimarket Contact and Economic Performance
John T. Scott.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (1982)
U.S. science parks: the diffusion of an innovation and its effects on the academic missions of universities
Albert N. Link;John T. Scott.
International Journal of Industrial Organization (2003)
Opening the ivory tower's door: An analysis of the determinants of the formation of U.S. university spin-off companies
Albert N. Link;John T. Scott.
Research Policy (2005)
Public/private technology partnerships: evaluating SBIR-supported research
David Audretsch;Albert Link;John Scott.
Research Policy (2002)
Purposive Diversification and Economic Performance
John T. Scott.
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