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Appendix B Bibliography Acs, Zoltan, and David Audretsch. 1990. Innovation and Small Firms. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Aerts, Kris, and Dirk Czarnitzki. 2005. “Using Innovation Survey Data to Evaluate R&D Policy: The Case of Flanders.” Catholic University of Leuven, Department of Applied Economics and Steunpunt O&O Statistieken. Aerts, Kris, and Dirk Czarnitski. 2006. “The Impact of Public R&D Funding in Flanders.” IWT Studies 54. Aghion, Phillipe, Robin Burgess, Stephen Redding, and Fabrizio Zilibotti. 2003. “The Unequal Effects of Liberalization: Theory and Evidence from India.” Washington, DC: Center for Economic Policy Research. Agrawal, A. and R. Henderson. 2002. “Putting Patents in Context: Exploring Knowledge Transfer from MIT.” Management Science 48(1):44-60. Ahluwalia, Montek Singh. 2001. “State Level Reforms Under Economic Reforms in India.” Stanford University Working Paper No. 96. March. Aizcorbe, A., S. Oliner, and D. Sichel. 2006. “Shifting Trends in Semiconductor Prices and the Pace of Technological Progress.” Federal Reserve Board Finance and Economics Discussion Series Working Paper No. 2006-44. September. Alic, John A., Lewis M. Branscomb, Harvey Brooks, Ashton B. Carter, and Gerald L. Epstein. 1992. Beyond Spin-off: Military and Commercial Technologies in a Changing World. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press. Allen, John. 2011. “House continuing resolution would bar NASA from China ties.” Politico February 12. Allen, Stuart D., Albert N. Link, and Dan T. Rosenbaum. 2007. “Entrepreneurship and Human Capital: Evidence of Patenting Activity from the Academic Sector.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 31(6):937- 951. 184

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APPENDIX B 185 Allison, J., and M. Lemley. 1998. “Empirical Evidence on the Validity of Litigated Patents.” AIPLA Quarterly Journal 26:185-277. Altenburg, Tilman, Hubert Schmitz, and Andreas Stamm. 2008. “Breakthrough: China’s and India’s Transition from Production to Innovation.” World Development 36(2):325-344. Amsden, Alice H. 2001. The Rise of “the Rest”: Challenges to the West from Late-industrializing Economies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Amsden, Alice H. and Wan-wen Chu. 2003. Beyond Late Development: Taiwan’s Upgrading Policies. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Amsden, Alice H., Ted Tschang, and Akira Goto. 2001. “Do Foreign Companies Conduct R&D in Developing Countries?” Tokyo, Japan: ADB Institute. Aoki, Reiko, and Sadao Nagaoka. 2004. “The Consortium Standard and Patent Pools.” The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) 55(4):345-356. Aoki, Reiko, and Sadao Nagaoka. 2005. “Coalition Formation for a Consortium Standard through a Standard Body and a Patent Pool: Theory and Evidence from MPEG2, DVD and 3G.” IIR Working Paper WP#05-01. February. Applied Research Institute, Inc. 2006. Survey of the Environment for Startups. Applied Research Institute. November. Archibugi, Danielle, Jeremy Howells, and Jonathan Michie, eds. 1999. Innovation Policy and the Global Economy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Argyres, N. S., and J. P. Liebeskind. 1998. “Privatizing the Intellectual Commons: Universities and the Commercialization of Biotechnology.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 35:427-454. Arora, A., and R. P. Merges. 2004. “Specialized Supply Firms, Property Rights, and Firm Boundaries.” Industrial and Corporate Change 13(3):451-476. Arora, A., A. Fosfuri, and A. Gambardella. 2003. “Markets for Technology and Corporate Strategy.” In O. Granstrand, ed., Economics, Law, and Intellectual Property, Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Arora, A., M. Ceccagnoli, and W. Cohen. 2001. “R&D and the Patent Premium.” Carnegie-Mellon University and INSEAD: paper presented at the ASSA Annual Meetings. January 2002. Atlanta, Georgia. Arrow, K. J. 2000. “Increasing Returns: Historiographic Issues and Path Dependence.” European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 7(2):171-180. Arrow, Kenneth. 1962. The Rate and Direction of Inventive Activity. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Arthur, W. 1989. “Competing Technologies, Increasing Returns, and Lock-in by Historical Small Events.” Economic Journal 99(2):116-131. Asheim, Bjorn T., et al., eds. 2003. Regional Innovation Policy for Small- medium Enterprises. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Association of University Research Parks. 1998. “Worldwide Research & Science Park Directory 1998.” New York: BPI Communications.

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186 MEETING GLOBAL CHALLENGES Association of University Research Parks. 2008 “The Power of Place: A National Strategy for Building America’s Communities of Innovation.” Tucson, AZ: Association of University Research Parks. Athreye, Suma S. 2000. “Technology Policy and Innovation: The Role of Competition Between Firms.” In Pedro Conceicao et al., eds. Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy: Opportunities and Challenges for the Knowledge Economy. Westport, CT: Quorum Books. Atkinson, Robert. 2004. The Past and Future of America’s Economy-Long Waves of Innovation that Power Cycles of Growth. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Atkinson, Robert. 2006. “Is the Next Economy Taking Shape?” Issues in Science and Technology Winter. Audretsch, D. B., ed. 1998. Industrial Policy and Competitive Advantage. Volumes 1 and 2. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Audretsch, D. B. 1998. “Agglomeration and the Location of Innovative Activity.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 14(2):18-29. Audretsch, D. B. 2006. The Entrepreneurial Society. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Audretsch, D. B., and M. P. Feldman. 1996. “R&D Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production.” American Economic Review 86(3):630-640. Audretsch, D. B., and M. P. Feldman. 1999. “Innovation in Cities: Science- based Diversity, Specialization, and Localized Competition.” European Economic Review 43(2):409-429. Audretsch, D. B., B. Bozeman, K. L. Combs, M. P. Feldman, A. N. Link, D. S. Siegel, P. Stephan, G. Tassey, and C. Wessner. 2002. “The Economics of Science and Technology.” Journal of Technology Transfer 27:155-203. Audretsch, D. B., H. Grimm, and C. W. Wessner. 2005. Local Heroes in the Global Village: Globalization and the New Entrepreneurship Policies. New York: Springer. Auerswald, Philip E., Lewis M. Branscomb, Nicholas Demos, and Brian K. Min. 2005. Understanding Private-Sector Decision Making for Early-Stage Technology Development: A “Between Invention and Innovation Project” Report. NIST GCR 02-841A. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology. Augustine, Norman. 2007. Is America Falling Off the Flat Earth? Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Baker, Stephen. 2005. “New York’s Big Hopes for Nano.” BusinessWeek February 4. Bakouros, Y. L., D. C. Mardas, and N. C. Varsakelis. 2002. “Science Parks, a High-Tech Fantasy? An Analysis of the Science Parks of Greece.” Technovation 22(2):123-128. Baldwin, J. R., P. Hanl, and D. Sabourin. 2000. “Determinants of Innovative Activity in Canadian Manufacturing Firms: The Role of Intellectual Property Rights.” Statistics Canada Working Paper No. 122. March.

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APPENDIX B 187 Baldwin, John Russel, and Peter Hanel. 2003. Innovation and Knowledge Creation in an Open Economy: Canadian Industry and International Implications. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Balzat, Markus, and Andreas Pyka. 2006. “Mapping National Innovation Systems in the OECD Area.” International Journal of Technology and Globalisation 2(1-2):158-176. Baptista, R. 1998. “Clusters, Innovation, and Growth: A Survey of the Literature.” In G. M. P. Swann, M. Prevezer, and D. Stout, eds. The Dynamics of Industrial Clustering. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Bartzokas, Anthony, and Morris Teubal. 2002. “The Political Economy of Innovation Policy Implementation in Developing Countries.” Economics of Innovation and New Technology 11(4-5). Battelle. 2009. R&D Magazine December. Beinhocker, Eric D. 2007. Origin of Wealth—Evolution, Complexity, and the Radical Remaking of Economics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School. Bennis, Warren, and Patricia Ward Biederman. 1997. Organizing Genius. New York: Basic Books. Berlin, Leslie. The Man Behind the Microchip: Robert Noyce and the Invention of Silicon Valley. 2005. New York: Oxford University Press. Bessen, J., and M. J. Meurer. 2005. “The Patent Litigation Explosion.” Research on Innovation and Boston University School of Law. Manuscript. August. Bhidé, Amar. 2006. “Venturesome Consumption, Innovation and Globalization.” Paper presented at the Centre on Capitalism & Society and CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2006. “Perspectives on the Performance of the Continent’s Economies.” July 21-22, 2006. Held at Venice International University. San Servolo, Italy. Biegelbauer, Peter S., and Susana Borras, eds. 2003. Innovation Policies in Europe and the U.S.: The New Agenda. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. Birch, David. 1981. “Who Creates Jobs?” The Public Interest 65:3-14. Blanpied, William A. 1998. “Inventing U.S. Science Policy.” Physics Today 51(2):34-40. Block, Fred, and Matthew Keller. 2008. “Where Do Innovations Come From? Transformations in the U.S. National Innovation System, 1970-2006.” The Information Technology and Innovation Forum. July. Blomström, Magnus, Ari Kokko, and Fredrik Sjöholm. 2002. “Growth & Innovation Policies for a Knowledge Economy: Experiences from Finland, Sweden, & Singapore.” EIJS Working Paper, Series No. 156. Bloomberg News. 2012. “Germany Will Publish Progress Report on Nuclear Exit in December.” July 24. Bonvillian, William B. 2006. “Power Play, The DARPA Model and U.S. Energy Policy.” The American Interest II(2):39-48. Borger, Klaus, et al. 2005. Mittelstand Monitor, 2005: Annual report on cyclical and structural issues relating to small and medium-sized enterprises, Frankfurt am Main: KfW Bankengruppe. 2005.

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188 MEETING GLOBAL CHALLENGES Borras, Susana. 2003. The Innovation Policy of the European Union: From Government to Governance. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Borrus, Michael, and Jay Stowsky. 2000. “Technology Policy and Economic Growth.” In Charles Edquist and Maureen McKelvey, eds. Systems of Innovation: Growth, Competitiveness and Employment. Volume 2. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Bradsher, Pete. 2009. “China-U.S. Trade Dispute Has Broad Implications.” New York Times September 14. Branscomb, L. M., and P. E. Auerswald. 2001. Taking Technical Risks: How Innovators, Executives, and Investors Manage High-Tech Risks. Boston, MA: The MIT Press. Branscomb, Lewis M., and Philip E. Auerswald. 2002. Between Invention and Innovation: An Analysis of Funding for Early-Stage Technology Development. NIST GCR 02-841. Gathersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology. November. Braudel, Fernand. 1973. Capitalism and Material Life 1400-1800. London, UK: Harper Colophon Books. Breschi, S. and F. Lissoin. 2001. “Knowledge Spillovers and Local Innovation Systems: A Critical Survey.” Industrial and Corporate Change 10(4):975- 1005. Breznitz, D. and Murphree. 2011. Run of the Red Queen; Government, Innovation, and Globalization and Economic Growth in China. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Breznitz, Dan. 2007. Innovation in the State: Political Choice and Strategies for Growth in Israel, Taiwan, and Ireland. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Broder, J. and J. Ansfield. 2009. “China and U.S. Seek a Truce on Greenhouse Gases.” The New York Times June 7. Browning, L., and J. Shetler. 2000. SEMATECH: Saving the U.S. Semiconductor Industry. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press. Bush, Nathan. 2005. “Chinese Competition Policy, It Takes More than a Law.” China Business Review. May-June. Bush, Vannevar. 1945. Science: The Endless Frontier. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Caliendo, Marco, and Alexander Kritikos. 2012. “Searching for the entrepreneurial personality: New evidence and avenues for further research.” Journal of Economic Psychology 33(2):319-324. Caliendo, Marco, Frank Fossen, and Alexander Kritikos. 2008. “The Impact of Risk Attitudes on Entrepreneurial Survival.” GfA Discussion Paper No. 12/2008. Capron, Henri, and Michele Cincera. 2006. Strengths and Weaknesses of the Flemish Innovation System: An External Viewpoint. Brussels, Belgium: IWT.

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190 MEETING GLOBAL CHALLENGES Chuma, Hiroyuki, and Norikazu Hashimoto. 2007. “Moore’s Law, Increasing Complexity and Limits of Organization: Modern Significance of Japanese DRAM ERA.” NISTEP Discussion Paper No. 44. National Institute of Science and Technology Policy. Cimoli, Mario, and Marina della Giusta. 2000. “The Nature of Technological Change and its Main Implications on National and Local Systems of Innovation.” IIASA Interim Report IR-98-029. Cincera, Michele. 2006. Comparison of Regional Approaches to Foster Innovation in the European Union: The Case of Flanders. Brussels, Belgium: IWT. Cincera, Michele. 2006. R&D Activities of Flemish Companies in the Private Sector: An Analysis for the Period 1998-2002. Brussels, Belgium: IWT. Clark, B. 1995. Places of Inquiry. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Clarke, P. 2004. “LETI, Crolles Alliance Open $350-million 32-nm Research Fab.” EE Times April 24. Clarke, P., M. LaPedus, and M. Santarini. 2005. “IBM-led Consortium to Build Fab in N.Y.” EE Times January 5. Clough, G. Wayne. 2007. “The Role of the Research University in Fostering Innovation.” The Americas Competitiveness Forum. June 12. Coakes, Elayne, and Peter Smith. 2007. “Developing Communities of Innovation by Identifying Innovation Champions.” The Learning Organization: An International Journal 14(1):74-85. Coburn, Christopher, and Dan Berglund. 1995. Partnerships: A Compendium of State and Federal Cooperative Programs. Columbus, OH: Battelle Press. Cohen, W. 2002. “Thoughts and Questions on Science Parks.” Presented at the National Science Foundation Science Parks Indicators Workshop. University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Cohen, W., R. Florida, and R. Goe. 1992. University-Industry Research Centers in the United States. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie-Mellon University. Cohen, W., R. Nelson, and J. Walsh. 2000. “Protecting Their Intellectual Assets: Appropriability Conditions and Why U.S. Manufacturing Firms Patent (or Not).” NBER Working Paper 7552. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. Cohen, W. M., A. Goto, A. Nagata, R. R. Nelson, and J. P. Walsh. 2002. “R&D Spillovers, Patents and the Incentives to Innovate in Japan and the United States.” Research Policy 1425:1-19. Cole, Jonathan R. 2010. “The Great American University: Its Rise to Preeminence, Its Indispensible National Role, Why It Must Be Protected.” Public Affairs. Combs, Kathryn L., and Albert N. Link. 2003. “Innovation Policy in Search of an Economic Paradigm: The Case of Research Partnerships in the United States.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 15(2). Conant, Jennet. 2002. Tuxedo Park. New York: Simon & Shuster. Conant, Jennet. 2005. 109 East Palace. New York: Simon & Shuster.

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210 MEETING GLOBAL CHALLENGES National Research Council. Forthcoming. Clustering for 21st Century Prosperity. Charles W. Wessner, Rapporteur. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. National Science Board. 2004. Science and Engineering Indicators 2004. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. National Science Board. 2006. Science and Engineering Indicators 2006. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. National Science Board. 2008. Science and Engineering Indicators 2008. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. National Science Board. 2010. Science and Engineering Indicators 2010. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. National Science Board. 2011. Science and Engineering Indicators 2011. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. National Science Foundation. 2004. Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 2003. NSF 05-300. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation. Needham, Joseph. 1954-1986. Science and Civilization in China. (Five volumes.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Nelson, R. R. 1993. National Innovation Systems: A Comparative Analysis. New York: Oxford University Press. Nelson, R. R., and K. Nelson. 2002. “Technology, Institutions, and Innovation Systems.” Research Policy 31:265-272. Nelson, R. R., and N. Rosenberg. 1993. “Technical Innovation and National Systems.” In National Innovation Systems: A Comparative Analysis. Richard R. Nelson, ed. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Nelson, R. R., and S. G. Winter. 1982. An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Neuffer, John. 2010 “China: Intellectual Property Infringement, Indigenous Innovation Policies, and Frameworks for Measuring the Effects on the U.S. Economy.” Testimony to the United States International Trade Commission Investigation. June 15. Nishimura, Kiyohiko, G., Takanobu Nakajima, and Kozo Kiyota. 2003. “Does the Natural Selection Mechanism Still Work in Severe Recessions? Examination of the Japanese Economy in the 1990s.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 58:53-78. Odagari, H. 1999. “University-Industry Collaboration in Japan: Facts and Interpretations.” In Lewis M. Branscomb, Fumio Kodama, and Richard Florida, eds. Industrializing Knowledge: University-Industry Linkage in Japan and the United States. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Odagiri, H., and A. Goto. 1993. “The Japanese System of Innovation: Past, Present and Future.” In R. R. Nelson, ed. National Systems of Innovation. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Odagiri, H., and A. Goto. 1996. Technology and Industrial Development in Japan: Building Capabilities by Learning, Innovation and Public Policy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

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214 MEETING GLOBAL CHALLENGES Rutten, Roel, and Frans Boekema. 2005. “Innovation, Policy and Economic Growth: Theory and Cases.” European Planning Studies 13(8). Rycroft, Robert W., and Don E. Kash. 1999. “Innovation Policy for Complex Technologies.” Issues in Science and Technology Fall. Saito, Ken. 1987. Research on a New Concern: RIKEN Industrial Group. (In Japanese.) Jichosha Sakakibara, M., and L. Branstetter. 2001. “Do Stronger Patents Induce More Innovation? Evidence from the 1988 Japanese Patent law Reforms.” Rand Journal of Economics 32:77-100. Sakakibara, M., and L. Branstetter. 2002. Measuring the Impact of ATP-Funded Research Consortia on Research Productivity of Participating Firms, A Framework Using Both U.S. and Japanese Data. NIST GCR 02-830. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology. Sakamoto, Kozo, and Masayuki Kondo. 2004. “The Analysis of University- Industry Research Collaborations by Time Series and Corporate Characteristics.” (In Japanese.) Development Engineering 10:11-26. Sallet, J, J. Masterman, and E. Paisley. 2009. “The Geography of Innovation.” Washington, DC: Center for American Progress. Sapolsky, Harvey M. 1990. Science and the Navy—The History of the Office of Naval Research. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Saxenian, AnnaLee. 1994. Regional Advantage: Culture and Competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Schaffer, Teresita. 2002. “Building a New Partnership with India.” Washington Quarterly 25(2):31-44. Scherer, F. M. 2001. “U.S. Government Programs to Advance Technology.” Revue d’Economie Industrielle 0(94):69-88. Scotchmer, Suzanne. 1996. “Protecting Early Innovators: Should Second- Generation Products Be Patentable?” Rand Journal of Economics 27:322- 331. Scotchmer, Suzanne. 2004. Innovation and Incentives. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Shane, S. 2004. Academic Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Shang, Yong. 2006. “Innovation: New National Strategy of China.” Presentation at Industrial Innovation in China. Levin Institute Conference. July 24-26. Shanghai Municipal Government. 2004. Notice of the Shanghai Municipal Government Regarding Distributing the Outline of Shanghai’s Intellectual Property Strategy (2004-2010). September 14. Shapiro, Carl. 2001. “Navigating the Patent Thicket: Cross License, Patent Pools and Standard-Setting.” In Adam Jaffe, Joshua Lerner, and Scott Stern, eds. Innovation Policy and the Economy. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Shearmur, R., and D. Doloreux. 2000. “Science Parks: Actors or Reactors? Canadian Science Parks in their Urban Context.” Environment and Planning 32(6):1065-1082.

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