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The Changing Economics of Pharmaceutical Research and Development
(The Changing Economics of Medical Technology, 1991-01-01)
Impact of Public Policy on Drug Innovation and Pricing
(Impact of Public Policy on Drug Innovation and Pricing, 1976)
Using Contingent Valuation to Estimate the Value of Forest Ecosystem Protection
(Forests in a Market Economy, 2003-07-31)
This book provides a state-of-the-art review of both classical and emerging themes in forest resource economics. The authors show how neo-classical economic principles can be used to analyze forest policy issues across existing ...
Pressures from the Demand Side: Changing Market Dynamics and Industrial Structure
(Consolidation and Competition in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 2001)
Increasing R&D Incentives for Neglected Diseases: Lessons from the Orphan Drug Act
(International Public Goods And Transfer Of Technology Under A Globalized Intellectual Property Regime, 2005)
The Energy Innovation System: A Historical Perspective
(Accelerating energy innovation: insights from multiple sectorsNational Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report, 2011-01-01)
Accelerating energy innovation could be an important part of an effective response to the threat of climate change. Written by a stellar group of experts in the field, this book complements existing research on the subject ...
Competition between Generic and Branded Drugs
(Pharmaceutical innovation: incentives, competition, and cost-benefit analysis in international perspective, 2007-04-30)
The pharmaceutical industry worldwide is a rapidly burgeoning industry contributing to growth of gross domestic product and employment. Technological change in this field has been very rapid, with many new products being ...
'Price and Profit Control, New Competitive Dynamics and the Economics of Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry'
(Industrial Policy and the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1995)
International climate technology strategies
(Post-Kyoto International Climate Policy: Implementing Architectures for Agreement: Research from the Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements, 2009-01-01)
© Cambridge University Press 2010.Introduction There is widespread agreement that achieving the very substantial reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions necessary to stabilize atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations ...