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  • 2009/38: Can a knowledge-based cluster be created? The case of the Barcelona 22@district

    Josep M. Arauzo Carod, Elisabet Viladecans Marsal

    The aim of this paper is to track the location decisions of knowledge-intense firms in a redeveloped urban district in the city of Barcelona in which government policy has promoted the formation of a cluster of knowledge-based activities. After decades of economic and industrial stagnation in a district called Poblenou,...

    2009/31: Economic incongruities in the European patent system

    Malwina Mejer, Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie

    This article argues that the consequences of the ‘fragmentation’ of the European patent system are more dramatic than the mere prohibitive costs of maintaining a patent in force in many jurisdictions. The prevalence of national jurisdictions, which are highly heterogeneous in their costs and practices, over the validity and enforcement...

    2009/18: Competition for FDI with vintage investment and agglomeration advantages

    Kai A. Konrad, Dan Kovenock

    Countries compete for new FDI investment, whereas stocks of FDI generate agglomeration benefits and are potentially subject to extortionary taxation. We study the interaction between these aspects in a simple vintage capital framework with discrete time and an infinite horizon, focussing on Markov perfect equilibrium. We show that the equilibrium...

    2009/14: On the equivalence of location choice models: conditional logit, nested logit and poisson

    Kurt Schmidheiny, Marius Brülhart

    It is well understood that the two most popular empirical models of location choice-conditional logit and Poisson - return identical coefficient estimates when the regressors are not individual specific. We show that these two models differ starkly in terms of their implied predictions. The conditional logit model represents a zero-sum...

    2009/13: The determinants of University patenting: do incentives matter?

    Tomás del Barrio-Castro, José García-Quevedo

    In recent years various studies have examined the factors that may explain academic patents. Existing analyses have also underlined the substantial differences to be found in European countries in the institutional framework that defines property rights for academic patents. The objective of this study is to contribute to the empirical...

    2009/12: Bohemians, Human Capital, and Regional Economic Growth

    Oliver Falck, Michael Fritsch, Stephan Heblich

    An emerging literature on the geography of bohemians argues that a region’s lifestyle and cultural amenities explain, at least partly, the unequal distribution of highly qualified people across space, which in turn, explains geographic disparities in economic growth. However, to date, there has been little or no empirical attempt to...

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