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  • A Concordance between Industries and Technologies Matching the technological fields of the Patentatlas to the German Industry Classification
Author
  • Tom Broekel
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • The Patentatlas by Greif and Schmiedl (2002) represents an important source for patent data in Germany. Its use for industry-speciï¬c studies is however problematic because the correct assignment of patent data classiï¬ed by technological ï¬elds to commonly used industry classiï¬cations is unclear. This paper presents an application-oriented approach to this issue. In using industry-speciï¬c R+D employment numbers on a regional level, an approximate concordance is developed between the 31 technological ï¬elds of the Patentatlas and 21 manufacturing industries, as deï¬ned by the German Industry Classiï¬cation.
  • Patentatlas, Industry Classiï¬cation, IPC, NACE, Concordance
  • RePEc:jrp:jrpwrp:2007-041
Language
  • English
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