Valuing academic patents and intellectual properties: Different perspectives of willingness to pay and sell
December 14, 2012 Editor 0
Publication year: 2013
Source:Technovation, Volume 33, Issue 1
Academic inventors tend to lack the ability of valuing technologies in their areas. We apply classification tree analysis to discover different perspectives of Willingness to Pay (WTP) and Sell (WTS) of academic inventors when valuing their patents and technologies. Predictor factors considered are development environment, technology characteristics, ownership and patenting policy, and technology transfer characteristics. According to the result of Korean student data, WTS and WTP are differently perceived for the same technology: WTP is higher than WTS for the low valued technologies. The ownership policy, scalability and degree of innovation of technology, among the discovery of significant factors on WTS and WTP, are mainly considered as the important factors on WTS and WTP. From the finding of this research, we provide the policy implication on academic patenting and its ownership for further development of academic patents.
► We surveyed engineering students’ WTP and WTS of their academic patents. ► We found different patterns in the gap between WTP and WTS over different academic majors. ► Using Decision Tree, we found that Teacher’s exception policy is the most important variable for classification of WTS. ► In addition, possibility of expansion to relevant technology is the most important variable for classification of WTP.
Tags: academic inventors, academic patents, factors on WTS and WTP, valued technologies, WTP and WTS
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