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How do spatial spillovers diffuse in science-industry interactions? The case of French biotech sector

Abstract : The objective of this article is to study the interactions that exist between public research and private research in the French biotechnology sector. These interactions are observable at a double level. On the one hand, public research can influence private research, and conversely. Researchers of these two spheres develop important relations of cooperation. We then seek to identify these mutual influences and to measure their spatial dimension. Using asymptotic least squares method, we show that spillovers can diffuse through cooperation in upstream and downstream phases of the innovation process. On the other hand, spillovers resulting from public or private research, when measured by an external stock of knowledge, would be located, in so far as they exist.
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Emilie-Pauline Gallié, Diego Legros. How do spatial spillovers diffuse in science-industry interactions? The case of French biotech sector. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2007, 16 (8), pp.635-652. ⟨10.1080/10438590600931928⟩. ⟨hal-00323059⟩

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