PIONEERS, IMITATORS, AND GENERICS - A SIMULATION-MODEL OF SCHUMPETERIAN COMPETITION
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Publication InfoGrabowski, Henry G; & Vernon, John M (1987). PIONEERS, IMITATORS, AND GENERICS - A SIMULATION-MODEL OF SCHUMPETERIAN COMPETITION. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 102(3). pp. 491-525. 10.2307/1884215. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1994.
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Professor Emeritus of Economics
Professor Grabowski specializes in the investigation of economics in the pharmaceutical industry, government regulation of business, and the economics of innovation. His specific interests within these fields include intellectual property and generic competition issues, the effects of government policy actions, and the costs and returns to pharmaceutical R&D. He has been publishing research papers for over four decades, from his earlier work, “The Effects of Regulatory Policy on the Incentives