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Albert Banal-Estañol; Inés Macho-Stadler (2007)
Publisher: Department of Economics, City University London
Types: Research
Subjects: LB2300, Faculty behaviour, basic vs. applied research, HB, Basic vs. Applied Research, Faculty behaviour
jel: jel:L21, jel:I23, jel:L31, jel:M13, jel:O31
This paper investigates the effects of monetary rewards on the pattern of research. We build a simple repeated model of a researcher capable to obtain innovative ideas. We analyse how the legal environment affects the allocation of researcher's time between research and development. Although technology transfer objectives reduce the time spent in research, they might also induce researchers to conduct research that is more basic in nature, contrary to what the "skewing problem" would presage. We also show that our results hold even if development delays publication.

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