Scott Stern focuses on Industrial organization, Law and economics, Intellectual property, Commercialization and Developed country. Scott Stern interconnects Market power, Competition, Organizational change, Market share and Convergence in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization. His Law and economics research focuses on Sociology of scientific knowledge and how it relates to Public sector and Exploit.
His Intellectual property study combines topics in areas such as Information asymmetry, Reputation, Search cost and Allowance. Commercialization is closely attributed to Product market in his study. His research in Incentive tackles topics such as Entrepreneurship which are related to areas like Economic geography.
His primary areas of study are Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Intellectual property, Macroeconomics and Incentive. His studies deal with areas such as Quality, Economic geography, Value, Economy and Process as well as Entrepreneurship. His Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Economies of agglomeration, Diminishing returns and Convergence.
His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Market power, Private sector, Investment, Commercialization and Product market. His Intellectual property research includes elements of Exploit, Openness to experience, Public relations and Sociology of scientific knowledge. Scott Stern has researched Incentive in several fields, including Productivity, Competition and Public economics.
Scott Stern spends much of his time researching Entrepreneurship, Quality, Initial public offering, Industrial organization and Index. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic geography, Tax credit, Value, Incentive and Process in addition to Entrepreneurship. His Economic geography research includes themes of Function and Diversity.
Scott Stern combines subjects such as Competitive advantage, Intellectual property and Strategic management with his study of Industrial organization. Much of his study explores Intellectual property relationship to Openness to experience. His Index study incorporates themes from Economic statistics and Social progress.
Scott Stern spends much of his time researching Entrepreneurship, Index, Public economics, Initial public offering and Quality. His Entrepreneurship study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Microeconomics and Process. His Public economics research incorporates elements of Procurement, Call for bids, Market price and International trade.
He studied Venture capital and Labour economics that intersect with Intellectual property. His work carried out in the field of Intellectual property brings together such families of science as Higher education and Public relations. His work deals with themes such as Marketing and Econometrics, which intersect with Trademark.
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The determinants of national innovative capacity
Jeffrey L Furman;Michael E Porter;Scott Stern.
Research Policy (2002)
The product market and the market for “ideas”: commercialization strategies for technology entrepreneurs
Joshua S. Gans;Scott Stern.
Research Policy (2003)
Innovation: Location Matters
Michael E. Porter;Scott Stern.
MIT Sloan Management Review (2001)
Clusters and entrepreneurship
Mercedes Delgado;Michael Porter;Scott Stern.
Journal of Economic Geography (2010)
Do formal intellectual property rights hinder the free flow of scientific knowledge?: An empirical test of the anti-commons hypothesis
Fiona E. Murray;Scott Stern.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2007)
Clusters, Convergence, and Economic Performance
Mercedes Delgado;Michael E. Porter;Scott Stern.
Research Policy (2014)
The Determinants of National Innovative Capacity
Scott Stern;Michael E. Porter;Jeffrey L. Furman.
Social Science Research Network (2000)
Untangling the origins of competitive advantage
Iain M. Cockburn;Rebecca M. Henderson;Scott Stern.
When does start-up innovation spur the gale of creative destruction?
Joshua S. Gans;David H. Hsu;Scott Stern.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2002)
Do Scientists Pay to Be Scientists
Management Science (2004)
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