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Économie, emploi - Entreprises, travail - Recherche, sciences, techniques

The Economic Effects of Public/Private Cooperative Research

, , et , « The Economic Effects of Public/Private Cooperative Research », Butterworth Heinemann, 1994, p. 6-6.
The last few years have witnessed a rapid increase in the number of research and development (R&D) agreements in biotechnology, both among companies and between companies and public research organisations. But their spontaneous nature and high research content do not lend well to classical economic analysis. Indeed, according to conventional theories of competition, companies negociate such agreements either to make savings in R&D, share risks and increase product opportunities, or save on immaterial investments, for example, by sharing information or ...

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