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Patent Litigation As a Leading Market Indicator

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Show simple item record Tang, Victor Huang, Biao 2003-12-10T14:56:35Z 2003-12-10T14:56:35Z 2001
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this paper is to introduce patent litigation as a leading indicator of market growth. We model the intensity of patent litigation and the market growth for the personal computer and cellular phone market in the US. By means of these analytic models, we show that patent litigation is a leading indicator to market growth. We are also able to very precisely delineate discrete stages of the product’s market life cycle and demarcate the time when life-cycle transitions are about to take place. We close this paper with a discussion on new lines of patent research that are potentially useful for managerial practice and for investment decisions. en
dc.description.sponsorship Center for Innovation in Product Development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. en
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dc.language.iso en_US
dc.subject patent litigation en
dc.subject market growth en
dc.subject analytic models en
dc.subject life cycle en
dc.subject lifecycle en
dc.subject patent en
dc.subject managerial practice en
dc.subject investment decisions en
dc.subject patents en
dc.subject patent infringement en
dc.subject technology diffusion en
dc.subject market growth en
dc.subject market forecasting en
dc.subject leading indicators en
dc.subject knowledge spillover en
dc.subject early adopters en
dc.title Patent Litigation As a Leading Market Indicator en
dc.type Working Paper en

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