Knowledge spill-over

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In the context of knowledge creation, for example through basic research, there is a common assumption that Knowledge is a positive externality. This means that knowledge has no boundaries, and the investment done by one party can benefit other parties.

In this context, there are doubts regarding patents and research, since patents can limit the positive externalities of research products.

The cycle of open innovation can, perhaps


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