Technology | Academics | Policy (TAP) features a paper by Professors Daniel Spulber, Northwestern University, and Pere Arque´-Castells, University of Groningen, establishing the importance of markets for technology for innovation. TAP discusses how the paper “Measuring the Private and Social Returns to R&D: Unintended Spillovers versus Technology Markets” shows that some of the external benefits of R&D are transmitted through markets for technology.
TAP is a Microsoft-sponsored forum for academics leading the dialogue on the impact of technological innovation.
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TAP-The Importance of Markets for Technology for Innovation – New Study by Daniel Spulber and Pere Arque'-Castells