Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy
Chapter in NBER book The Changing Frontier: Rethinking Science and Innovation Policy (2015), Adam B. Jaffe and Benjamin F. Jones, editors (p. 199 - 232)
---- Acknowledgments ----
We thank the editors of the volume, Adam Jaffe and Ben Jones and our discussant, Steven Kaplan, for very helpful comments. In addition, we are grateful to Lee Branstetter, Guido Buenstorf, Ronnie Chaterji, Jason Davis, Chuck Eesley, Mazhar Islam, Matt Marx, David Popp and the participants at the NBER pre-conference, the Petersen Institute for International Economics and Stanford Social Science and Technology Seminar for helpful comments. Dan DiPaolo and Guan-Cheng Li provided excellent research assistance. Parts of this chapter draw extensively on Ghosh and Nanda (2014). For support we thank the Division of Faculty Research and Funding at Harvard Business School, the Kauffman Foundation's Junior Faculty Fellowship, the Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership at UC Berkeley, and the National Science Foundation (1064182).
---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Lee Fleming ----
Sources of funding: NSF (1360228): Beyond Patent Citations as Measures of Innovative Search and Success ($364K). United States Trademark and Patent Office and American Institute of Research: Inventor disambiguation, automatic updating, and application data of the U.S. patent record ($149K). NSF (1064182): From bench to biosphere: a critical analysis of effective deployment and commercialization of clean energy technologies ($657K). No material relationships.