Determinantes de las patentes y otras formas de propiedad intelectual de los estados mexicanos
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Patentes
modelos de utilidad
diseños industriales
modelo binomial negativo
datos de panel.

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Almendarez Hernández, M. A. (2018). Determinantes de las patentes y otras formas de propiedad intelectual de los estados mexicanos. Economía Sociedad Y Territorio, (58). https://doi.org/10.22136/est20181223

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El objetivo del trabajo fue evaluar econométricamente los efectos de indicadores científicos e información tecnológica sobre las patentes, los modelos de utilidad y los diseños industriales. Las funciones de producción de conocimiento teórica y empírica de Griliches (1979) y Hausman et al. (1984), respectivamente, fueron la metodología usada como referencia. Panel para datos de conteo a nivel de entidad federativa fue el tratamiento econométrico empleado para estimar los determinantes de la propiedad intelectual. Los hallazgos revelaron que los estados mexicanos que dedican más esfuerzos a la ciencia y las búsquedas tecnológicas, son más propensos a producir propiedad intelectual.

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