Selected Publications, Professor Kelvin Willoughby

 

Kelvin W. Willoughby, “What impact does intellectual property have on the business performance of technology firms?” International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, 6, 4 (2013), 316-338.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.    Willoughby-IJIPM-2013.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, “Intellectual property management and technological entrepreneurship,” International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 10, 6 (2013), 1-42.

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Kelvin W. Willoughby, Minnesota's Competitive Position in the BioBusiness Technology Industries. St. Louis Park, MN: BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota, 2011.

Available at: http://www.biobusinessalliance.org/publications.asp

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  BioBusiness-February-2011.pdf


Christoph Ann, Kelvin W. Willoughby & Stephanie Bergmann, Strategien zur Piraterieabwehr für den Mittelstand. München: bayme vbm, Die bayerischen Metall- und Elektro-Arbeitgeber, 2011.

To request a copy of this monograph please contact Die bayerischen Metall- und Elektro-Arbeitgeberverbänden (bayme vbm) directly via the following web site:  www.baymevbm.de


Kelvin W. Willoughby, “How Much Does Technology Really Matter in Patent Law? A Comparative Analysis of Doctrines of Appropriate Patentable Subject Matter in American and European Patent Law,” Federal Circuit Bar Journal, 18, 1 (2008), 63-138.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  FCBJ_2008.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, “How Do Entrepreneurial Technology Firms Really Get Financed, and What Difference Does it Make?” International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 5, 1 (2008), 1-28.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  IJITM-2008-Willoughby.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby & Peter Galvin, “Interorganizational Cooperation, Knowledge Intensity and the Sources of Innovation in the Bioscience-Technology Industries,” Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 18, 3 (2006), 56-73.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  KTP18_3_05.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, “Technological Semantics and Technological Practice: Lessons from an Enigmatic Episode in Twentieth Century Technology Studies,” Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 17, 3-4 (2005), 11-43.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  KTP17_3-4_05.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, "The Affordable Resources strategy and the Milieux Embeddedness strategy as alternative approaches to facilitating innovation in a knowledge-intensive industry," The Journal of High Technology Management Research, 15, 1 (2004), 91-121.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  JHTMR.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, “The Virtualization of University Education: Concepts, Strategies and Business Models,” Journal of Applied Educational Technology, 2, 1 (2004), 4-24.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  JAET04.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, "Building Internationally Competitive Technology Regions: The Industrial-Location-Factors Approach and the Local-Technological-Milieux Approach," Journal of International and Area Studies, 7, 2 (2000), 1-36.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  JIAS2000.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, "Generic Strategies and Action Modes: A Philosophical Challenge for Strategic Management," Journal of International Business and Economy, Fall (2000), 69-90.

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Kelvin W. Willoughby & J. Moon, "Local Enterprise Initiatives: Between State and Market in Esperance," Australian Journal of Public Administration, 49, 1 (1990), 23-37.

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Edward J. Blakely & Kelvin W. Willoughby, “Transfer or generation? Biotechnology and local industry development," Journal of Technology Transfer, 15, 4 (1990), 31-38.

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Kelvin W. Willoughby, Tim Heitmann, Marc Mimler, Stéphane Dassonville & Alejandra Castaňeda Andrade, Should Apple Open Up Its ‘FairPlay’ DRM System? Untangling the Knot of Copyright and Competition Law for Online Businesses. Working Paper prepared for the 2007-2008 Congress of EIPIN (the European Intellectual Property Institutes Network), held in Gerzensee (Switzerland), Strasbourg (France) and Windsor (United Kingdom), March 2008.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  Apple_FairPlay.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, Strategies for Solving the Problems of Backlog and Unreliable Examination Quality in the Global Patent System: An Outline of a Systematic and Quantitative Strategic Approach to Analyzing an Array of Potential Solutions to the Problems. Working Paper, Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, Munich, 28 December 2008.

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Kelvin W. Willoughby, Biobusiness: Minnesota’s Present Position and Future Prospects. St. Louis Park, MN: BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota, 2006.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  BioBusiness-Report2006-Full.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, The Competitive Position of Biobusiness Technology Industries in Minnesota within the United States. St. Louis Park, MN: BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota, 2006.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  MinnesotaBioReport.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, Utah’s Bioscience Technology Industry Complex: A Census and Analysis of the Biotechnology, Medical Technology, and Life Systems Technology Industries in the State of Utah. Salt Lake City: Utah Life Science Association & State of Utah, Division of Business and Economic Development, 1998.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  BioSciTechIndUtah.pdf


Kelvin W. Willoughby, New York’s Evolving Bioscience Technology Industries: Managing Knowledge, Production and Services for Economic Development. Stony Brook, New York: State University of New York, Center for Biotechnology, 1997.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document (large zip file 171.9 MB).  BioSciTechIndNY.pdf.zip


Kelvin W. Willoughby and Edward J. Blakely, Making Money from Microbes: Finance and the California Biotechnology Industry. Working Paper No. 89-166, Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Institute for Business and Economic Research, University of California, Berkeley, August 1989. 75 pages.

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Kelvin W. Willoughby and Edward J. Blakely, The Economic Geography of Biotechnology in California, Working Paper No. 90-176, Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Institute for Business and Economic Research, University of California at Berkeley, February 1990. 56 pages.

Click on the file name to see a PDF file of the document.  Willoughby-CAbioGeog1990.pdf


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