"Environmental Technology Strengths: International Rankings Based on US Patent Data"

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Dora Marinova; Michael McAleer;
(2003)

Patent information has been used by economists and researchers in the field of innovation to analyse current and forecast future technological directions. The recent surge in patenting activities in developed countries reaffirms the strong position of the patent system ... View more
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