By Cheng-Few Lee
Advances in Quantitative research of Finance and Accounting, New sequence is an annual e-book designed to disseminate advancements within the quantitative research of finance and accounting. it's a discussion board for statistical and quantitative analyses of concerns in finance and accounting, in addition to purposes of quantitative how you can difficulties in monetary administration, monetary accounting, and enterprise administration. the target is to advertise interplay among educational study in finance and accounting, utilized examine within the monetary neighborhood, and the accounting occupation.
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2 In the survey asking inventors about the degree of intellectual communication they have with the inventors of three previous patents. Two of these previous patents were actually cited by the surveyed inventors before. The third previous patent was a “placebo” patent that was actually not cited by the surveyed inventor, but which was granted in the same patent class and year as one of the actually cited patents. This placebo was not distinguished from the others in the survey questionnaire. As such, the difference in spillover scores between “actual citations” and “placebo citations” reﬂects the reliability of the former as a measure of knowledge spillovers.
This is equivalent to grouping ﬁrms into different technological clusters according to the types of product they produce. 3 In this study, knowledge spillovers measured by backward citations are further decomposed into three separate components — intraindustry, internal and interindustry spillovers. 4 Note that ﬁrm i must belong to industry j in calculating TRA(i, j, t). Thus, TRA(i, j, t) measures the intensity of knowledge ﬂows between ﬁrms within industry j . Internal knowledge spillovers within ﬁrm i at time t is denoted by INT(i, j, t), which is the number of backward citations made by ﬁrm i to the patents owned by itself (so-called “self-citations”).
3 Instead of backward citations, he uses R&D expenditures adjusted by a certain measure of technological proximity. 4 Following the suggestion of Griliches (1990), t is the year of application for ﬁrm i’s patents. July 13, 2005 13:46 WSPC/B272 22 Michael K. Fung 3. 1. Knowledge spillovers Measures for knowledge spillovers are constructed by patent statistics obtained from USPTO to identify those attributes in three distinct industries: chemical (CHEM), computer (COMP), and electrical/electronic (ELEC).
Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting. / New series. Vol. 2 by Cheng-Few Lee