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Taiwan tour for Innovators in other technology areas find that their ability to appropriate returns from R&D is enhanced either by keeping secret critical aspects of the innovation’s underlying knowledge; or by learning or other first-mover advantages accruing to the firms that bring a new technology to market ahead of the competitors; or even by defending their market position with complementary investments in sales and customers’ assistance. Most importantly, these studies indicate that the appropriability conditions differ considerably according to the area of technology, and whether the innovation is a product for sale to other firms or consumers, or a process intended for use by the innovators themselves in the production of other goods. The appropriability conditions in an area of technology determine the extent to which the net benefits of an innovation accrue to the innovator or the users. Generally, innovators appropriate only part of the net overall benefits of a new technology. Therefore, the social rate of return on R&D investment exceeds the innovator’s private rate of return. And when appropriability conditions are weak, private investment in R&D may not be forthcoming even if the social rate of return from such investment would warrant the commitment of R&D dollars to the pursuit of the new technology. The divergence between private and social returns from innovation has been invoked as a justification for government interventions aimed at either subsidizing private R&D investment or funding R&D activities carried out at public research institutions or non-profit centers such as universities. Taiwan tour 2016.

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