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  • A dollar of venture capital is far more likely to produce patented innovations than a dollar of traditional corporate R and D spending...

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Kortum, Samuel and Joseph Lerner. "Assessing The Contribution Of Venture Capital To Innovation," Rand Journal of Economics, 2000, v31(4,Winter), 674-692.

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