Cédric Schneider
Cédric Schneider
Copenhagen Business School, dept of economics
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Credit supply and corporate innovation
MD Amore, C Schneider, A Žaldokas
Journal of Financial Economics 109 (3), 835-855, 2013
5282013
On young highly innovative companies: why they matter and how (not) to policy support them
C Schneider, R Veugelers
Industrial and Corporate change 19 (4), 969-1007, 2010
3952010
Commercializing academic research: the quality of faculty patenting
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, C Schneider
Industrial and Corporate Change 20 (5), 1403-1437, 2011
1352011
The nexus between science and industry: evidence from faculty inventions
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, C Schneider
The Journal of Technology Transfer 37 (5), 755-776, 2012
952012
Fences and competition in patent races
C Schneider
International Journal of Industrial Organization 26 (6), 1348-1364, 2008
682008
Which IP strategies do young highly innovative firms choose?
R Veugelers, C Schneider
Small Business Economics 50 (1), 113-129, 2018
38*2018
Why Challenge the Ivory Tower? New Evidence on the Basicness of Academic Patents*
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, C Schneider
Kyklos 62 (4), 488-499, 2009
382009
R&D collaboration with uncertain intellectual property rights
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, C Schneider
Review of Industrial Organization 46 (2), 183-204, 2015
372015
The determinants of patent applications outcomes-Does experience matter?
C Schneider
30*2007
“Wacky” patents meet economic indicators
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, C Schneider
Economics Letters 113 (2), 131-134, 2011
232011
The battle for patent rights in plant biotechnology: evidence from opposition fillings
C Schneider
The journal of technology transfer 36 (5), 565-579, 2011
222011
How important are noncorporate patents? A comparative analysis using patent citations data
C Schneider
Applied Economics Letters 18 (9), 865-871, 2011
12*2011
External knowledge sourcing: science, market and the value of patented inventions
C Schneider
Managerial and Decision Economics 30 (8), 551-560, 2009
122009
Mixed R&D incentives: the effect of R&D subsidies on patented inventions
C Schneider
Available at SSRN 1311784, 2008
82008
The CEBR matched Patent–employer–employee data set
U Kaiser, C Schneider
Centre for Economic and Business Research mimeo, Copenhagen, 2005
52005
The CEBR Matched Patent/Patent Appli% cant/Employee Data Base: Part 1 oPatent Data and Applicant data
U Kaiser, C Schneider
miméo, Centre for Economic and Business Research, 2004
52004
Patenting Activity in Denmark
U Kaiser, G Licht, T Rønde, C Schneider
Syddansk Universitet, 2005
42005
Contribution of academic research to innovation and growth
C Schneider, A Sørensen
12019
Which Companies Benefit from Liberalization? a Study of the Influence of Initial Productivity
D Baghdasaryan, LF La Cour, C Schneider
Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade 16 (1), 101-125, 2016
12016
Patent races and market value
D Czarnitzki, K Hussinger, B Leten, C Schneider
12012
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