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Authors: Jia Zheng, Zhi-yun Zhao, Xu Zhang, Dar-zen Chen, Mu-hsuan Huang, Xiao-ping Lei, Ze-yu Zhang, Yun-hua Zhao, and Run-sheng Liu

of research, scholarly information and patents—ten years trend . In Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) 6th Annual Conference , The Serials Librarian 21, (pp. 2 – 3 ) San Antonio : Trinity University

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source of commercial technology: A detailed analysis of university patenting, 1965–1988 . Review of Economics and Statistics 80 : 119 – 127 10.1162/003465398557221 . Hoekman , J , Frenken , K F van

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's quadrant: Basic science and technological innovation Brookings Institution Press Washington, D.C . Wong , PK , Singh , A 2009 University patenting activities and their link to

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person-to-person interactions are complements with other forms of information flow, such as publications and conferences. Yet, hires, joint ventures between industry and universities, patents and contract research are less important. This is reconfirmed

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( 2004 ) also suggest that patent citations are a good indicator of whether a university patent would be licensed but not a good predictor of revenue. Although patent citations are a useful but noisy indicator of knowledge flows, they have also

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necessarily indicate the actual authorship of a patent, the number of university patents stemming from true collaboration with industry may actually be less than 20. A more direct approach would entail a survey of research collaboration agreements between

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