Economics of Innovation introduces PhD students to theoretical models in the economics of innovation and also gives some coverage of empirical analysis. Topics include Research and Development (R&D), Innovation, Patents and other Intellectual Property (IP), Licensing, R&D Tournaments, Delegated R&D, Technology Standards, Standard Setting Organizations, and Entrepreneurship. The course is a seminar with lectures and class discussion. The course forms a sequence with Economics of Innovation 449-2.
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