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Protecting and Capitalizing on Intellectual Property and the Types of Research Conducted
Pages 29-34

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From page 29...
... In no case is there a statistically significant difference between the levels of agreement and importance; thus, only the levels of agreement are presented in Figure 10. Based on a 5-percent significance level, respondents are more likely to agree that they use the same intellectual property strategies in a developed economy and the home country than they are to agree that they use the same strategies in an emerging economy and the home country.
From page 30...
... Statistical Tests for Figure 10 (5-percent level) Developed economies Emerging economies Omit=IPLicense=HomeDev Omit=IPLicense=PayKHow PayKHow=TiesLocal=TradeSec TiesLocal=HomeDev=TradeSec PayKHow=HomeDev=IPLicense TradeSec=MktStan TradeSec=MktStan
From page 31...
... For sites in China the mean response for TiesLocal is 3.9, but it is not statistically significantly different from the mean for developed economies. A related series of questions concerned the type of research conducted at home versus sites outside the home country; that is, the questions focused on the creation of intellectual property rather than on protecting and capitalizing on intellectual property.
From page 32...
... This exercise was repeated both for identified R&D sites inside the home country and for sites outside the home country. Results are shown in Figure 11.
From page 33...
... PROTECTING AND CAPITALIZING ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 33 Results by quadrant are not statistically significantly different by home versus other developed economies. However, results for home and other developed sites are significantly different from results for emerging economy sites.

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