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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

). Although patent indicators come with various limitations, they remain a unique resource for the analysis of technology progress. Consequently, more and more countries are paying special attention to patent analysis and applying the corresponding results for

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This study applies patent analysis to discuss the influences of the three aspects of patent trait—a firm's revealed technology advantage in its most important technological field (RTAMIT), relative patent position in its most important technological field (RPPMIT), and patent share in its most important technological field (PSMIT)—upon corporate growth and discusses the moderation effect of relative growth rate of its most important technological field (RGRMIT) in the American pharmaceutical industry. The results demonstrate that the three relationships between corporate growth and the three aspects of patent trait are positive, and verify that RGRMIT moderates the three relationships. This study suggests that pharmaceutical companies should enhance their R&D capabilities, the degree of leading position, and concentration of R&D investment in their most important technological fields to increase their growth. Finally, this study classifies the pharmaceutical companies into four types, and provides some suggestions to them.

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inventions by manual efforts to be extremely expensive. In order to meet this challenge, several articles address the identification of inventions of high novelty by way of a computer-based patent analysis (see Table 1 with their characteristics). Major

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recent technological trends. Patents constitute reliable intelligence reflecting advances in technological development (Yoon et al. 2011 ), and thus patent analysis has been considered to be a vital tool for technology strategy formulation and research

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explores innovation activities and collaboration pattern of UIG in China based on patents analysis. The data source selection and search will be discussed first. Then the analytical method will be presented. Theoretical mode of innovation which reflects the

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Authors: Jia Zheng, Zhi-Yun Zhao, Xu Zhang, Dar-Zen Chen, Mu-Hsuan Huang, Xiao-Ping Lei, Ze-Yu Zhang, and Yun-Hua Zhao

&T collaboration has been explored through paper and patent analysis; it provides an objective statistic reference to the future policy directions and academic researches. There were limits of the span from 2004 to 2008 in this study. A longer period research with

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. , Francois , C. , Polanco , X. , Using artificial neural networks for mapping of science and technology: application to patents analysis , Davis , M. , Wilson , C. S. (Eds), Proceedings of ISSI 2001 , Sydney, Australia, July 2001 , pp. 339 – 353

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countries in terms of number of CIRP members. The choice of limiting the analysis to European researchers is aimed at making the comparison as homogeneous as possible, especially regarding patent analysis (Criscuolo and Verspagen 2008 ; Breschi and Catalini

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.09.001 . Bhattacharya , S 2004 Mapping inventive activity and technological change through patent analysis: A case study of India and China . Scientometrics 61 3 361 – 381 10.1023/B:SCIE.0000045115

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). Although keyword-based technological similarity has been widely adopted for patent analysis related research (Yoon 2008 ; Kim et al. 2008 ; Tsourikov et al. 2000 ; Yoon and Park 2004 ), it cannot identify patent infringement. This is because keyword

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