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Managing Intellectual Capital New ed

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David J. TeeceUniversity of California at Berkeley, USA

ISBN13: 9780198295426
ISBN: 0198295421
Published: September 2003
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £28.99



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There is a strong awareness that the new economy has arrived, and that firms and management need to focus on a plethora of new issues at present only dimly perceived. The astute management of technology can advance not only the fortunes of the innovators, but also of society at large.;In this book, David Teece considers how firms can exploit technological innovation, protecting their intellectual capital, while staying ahead of the competition. He provides frameworks as well as practical advice, looking in particular at the organization structure most likely to support innovation, and how managerial decision and strategy affect the division of the gains.;This will be essential reading for academics, managers, and students alike who want to keep abreast of contemporary strategic challenges.

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1. The Knowledge Economy and Intellectual Capital Management
PART II: FOUNDATIONS
2. Impact of Market Structure and Organizational Factors on Innovation
3. Governance Modes and Technological Innovation
4. Decision-making Processes and the Rate and Direction of Innovation (with J. Bercovitz and J. de Figueiredo)
PART III: APPLICATIONS TO MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY
5. Market Entry Strategies for Innovators: Avoiding Pyrrhic Victories
6. Imitation Strategies for Owners of Complementary Assets
7. Outsourcing and Insourcing Strategies for Innovators: Opportunities and Limits (with H. Chesbrough)
8. Understanding the Licensing Option (with P. Grindley and E. Sherry)
PART IV: PUBLIC POLICY
9. Antitrust Analysis in High Technology Industries (with M. Coleman)
APPENDICES: CASE STUDIES IN LICENSING AND CROSS-LICENSING
A. The Semiconductor Industry (with P. Grindley and E. Sherry)
B. The Glass Industry and the Pilkington Float Process (with E. Sherry and P. Grindley)