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Scale, scope and spillovers

Rebecca Henderson

Scale, scope and spillovers

the determinates of research productivity in drug discovery

by Rebecca Henderson

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Published by University of Lancaster. Management School in Lancaster .
Written in English


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StatementRebecca Henderson and Iain Cockburn.
SeriesDiscussion paper / University of Lancaster. Management School -- no. ec25/94
ContributionsCockburn, Iain., University of Lancaster. Management School.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13907874M

Henderson R, Cockburn I () Scale, scope, and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in drug discovery. Rand J Econ 27(1)–59 CrossRef Google Scholar Heng LH, Othman NFM, Rasli AM, Iqbal MJ () Fourth pillar in the transformation of production economy to knowledge ://   For instance, spillovers may not materialize if the technology gap between foreign and local firms is too large, because then there may be little scope for learning. Another factor that is supposed to influence technology diffusion in host economies is the

  "Scale and Scope" is Alfred Chandler's first major work since his Pulitzer prize-winning "The Visible Hand". Representing ten years of research into the history of the managerial business system, this book concentrates on patterns of growth and competitiveness in the US, Germany, and Great Britain, tracing the evolution of large firms into multinational giants and Economies of scale and scope in hospitals: an empirical study of volume spillovers. View / Open Files. Accepted version (PDF, 3Mb) Authors. Freeman, M. Savva, N. Scholtes, Stefan. Journal Title. Management Science. ISSN. Publisher. Institute for Operations Research and the Management ://

Henderson R, Cockburn I () Scale, scope, and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in drug discovery. Rand J Econ 27(1)–59 CrossRef Google Scholar Hoover EM () Location theory and the shoe leather :// The Impact on Scale and Scope and the Implications for Location of Production. Author: Ludovico Alcorta; Publisher: Psychology Press ISBN: X Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book examines the extent of, and motives for, the diffusion of flexible automation (FA) at global level and then turns to the local and firm level,


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Scale, scope, spillovers and research productivity. Schumpeter (,) was the first to argue systematically that there was an enduring relationship between firm size and research productivity. As several observers have noted, his argument can be decomposed into several elements.

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By R. Henderson, I Cockburn and Lancaster Univ. (United Kingdom). Management School. :// Downloadable. This paper presents the results of a study of the determinants of research productivity in the pharmaceutical industry. Using disaggregated, internal firm data at the research program level scope and spillovers book ten major pharmaceutical companies, we find no evidence of increasing returns to scale at either the firm or the research program :// "Scale, scope and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in ethical drug discovery," Working papersMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Sloan School of Management.

Handle: RePEc:mit:sloanp We use data on the largest U.S.-based franchised chains, measured by worldwide sales, from toto explore scale and scope (or spillovers) effects.

Because franchised chains are fundamentally single-product or single-concept entities, we can distinguish scale from scope effects much better than in most of the literature to date. We can also identify takeovers Health Understanding zoonotic diseases: ‘How we interact with environment drives spillovers’ The scope and scale of deforestation and opening of new interfaces with forests and wildlife increases the chances of spillovers, says health expert Prashanth NP Scale, Scope and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in the Pharmaceutical Industry.

By Rebecca Henderson and Iain Cockburn. Download PDF (2 MB) Abstract. This paper presents the results of a study of the determinants of research productivity in   Economies of Scale and Scope in Hospitals: An Empirical Study of Volume Spillovers Michael Freeman INSEAD, Technology and Operations Management Area, 1 Ayer Rajah Avenue, Singapore [email protected] Nicos Savva London Business School, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4SA, United Kingdom [email protected] Stefan Scholtes /research/centres/health/downloads/ Get this from a library.

Scale, scope and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in the pharmaceutical industry. [Rebecca Henderson; Iain Cockburn; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper presents the results of a study of the determinants of research productivity in the pharmaceutical industry.

Using disaggregated, internal firm data at the Scale, Scope, and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in Drug Discovery. By Rebecca Henderson and Iain Cockburn. Abstract. We examine the relationship between firm size and research productivity in the pharmaceutical industry.

Using detailed internal firm data, we find that larger research efforts are more productive, not Scale, scope and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in ethical drug discovery.

Author(s) Henderson, Rebecca.; Cockburn, Iain. DownloadSWPpdf (Mb) Metadata Show full item record. Description. Includes   Economies of Scale and Scope in Hospitals: An Empirical Study of Volume Spillovers Status. Submitted to Management Science.

Authors. Michael Freeman, INSEAD Nicos Savva, London Business School Stefan Scholtes, Cambridge Judge Business School.

Scale, Scope, and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in Drug Discovery Article (PDF Available) in The RAND Journal of Economics 27(1)   Scale, Scope, and Spillovers: The Determinants of Research Productivity in Drug Discovery.

Rebecca Henderson and Iain Cockburn (). RAND Journal of Economics,vol. 27, issue 1, Abstract: We examine the relationship between firm size and research productivity in the pharmaceutical industry. Using detailed internal firm data, we find that larger :rje:randje:vyi:spring:p   4 Freeman, Savva, Scholtes: Economies of Scale and Scope in Hospitals patients within the service line are doubled and a % cost increase if elective patients from all other service lines are doubled).

These ndings have important practical implications at both the hospital and regional :// /health/downloads/ Scale, scope and spillovers: the determinants of research productivity in ethical drug discovery.

Get PDF (3 MB) Abstract. Rebecca Henderson & Iain es bibliographical references (p. ).Funded by four pharmaceutical companies and by the Sloan Foundation. scale and economies of scope also matters for practical reasons.

If, on the one hand, economies of scale are present primarily at the specialty level, with little spillov er to other sp ecialties   We use economies of scale, scope, R&D competition and technological spillovers as explanatory variables and test whether the effect of these variables on the success of a project differs in relation to the discovery and development stages of innovation, ://  Scale and Scope is Alfred Chandler’s first major work since his Pulitzer Prize–winning The Visible enting ten years of research into the history of the managerial business system, this book concentrates on patterns of growth and competitiveness in the United States, Germany, and Great Britain, tracing the evolution of large firms into multinational giants and  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Business & Finance.