Economics of Innovation and Science Policy lectures
Coordinated by GianCarlo Moschini
Pioneer Hi-Bred International Chair in Science and Technology Policy
March 30, 2006
Matt Mitchell, Department of Economics, University of Iowa
"Market Structure and the Direction of Technological Change"
October 10, 2005
Robert Hunt, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
"Matching and Learning in Cities: Urban Density and the Rate of Invention"
October 3, 2005
Ashish Arora, Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University
"R&D and the Patent Premium"
|November 1, 2004||Miller Lecture (LAS)|
"Innovation, Duplication, and the Contract Theory of Patents"
|October 25, 2004||Fuller Lecture|
"Attracting Skeptical Buyers"
|October 11, 2004||Miller Lecture (LAS)|
"Patent Pools and Cross-Licensing in the Shadow of Patent Litigation"
|October 4, 2004||Miller Lecture (LAS)|
"Patent Citations and the Geography of Knowledge Spillovers"
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December 8, 2003
Corinne Langinier, Department of Economics, Iowa State University
"Patents, Search of Prior Art and Revelation of Information"
|December 1, 2003||Miller Lecture|
"Biotechnology in a Complete System of Genetic Improvement: Institutional Issues for Developing Country Access"
|November 17, 2003||Miller Lecture|
"Private Parts: Patents and Academic Research in the Twentieth Century"
November 3, 2003
Greg Graff, University of California-Berkeley
"The 'revealed' comparative advantages of public sector vs. private sector R&D in an analysis of agricultural biotechnology patents"
|October 27, 2003||I.W. Arthur Memorial Lecture|
"Long-term Economic Growth and the History of Technology"
|October 17, 2003||Miller Lecture|
"Cooperative Marketing Agreements Between Competitors: Evidence from Patent Pools"
|September 22, 2003||Fuller Lecture|
|December 9, 2002||Fuller Lecture|
"Current Issues and Trends in the Economics of Patents"
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|December 2, 2002||Miller Lecture|
"Perfectly Competitive Innovation"
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|October 14, 2002||Miller Lecture|
"Climbing Atop the Shoulders of Giants: The Economics of Cumulative Knowledge Hubs"
|September 24, 2002||I.W. Arthur Memorial Lecture|
"Dynamics of Patenting Research Tools and Their Products"
November 14, 2000
Brian Wright, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California-Berkeley
"South-North Trade, Intellectual Property Jurisdictions, and Freedom to Operate in Agricultural Research on Staple Crops"