By Gerhard Fuchs
The biotechnology is a really very important area within the built world's economies. This e-book, with contributions from a world array of specialists, explains why biotechnology businesses in several nations focus in a small variety of destinations and what debts for the good fortune a few of these businesses then move directly to have.
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* the function of small corporations in US biotechnology clusters
* geographic clustering within the UK
* case stories related to the sectors in a cross-section of eu companies
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Two-thirds of them have fewer Small ﬁrms in US biotechnology clusters 25 than ﬁfty employees. All but twenty of these companies are ‘unencumbered by revenues’ (Rosenberg 1999). ’ In order to understand biotechnology enterprises, it is essential to understand the scientists that start these enterprises. This is because the biotechnology ﬁrms are an extension of the scientiﬁc knowledge and competence embodied in those ﬁrms. Audretsch and Stephan (1999) use a data base drawn from the prospectuses of sixty ﬁrms that made an initial public offering (IPO) in biotechnology during the period March 1990 to November 1992 to examine the sources and incentives for commercialising new knowledge.
Scientists in academe, however, face a different incentive structure. They live in a world where publications are essential for the establishment of reputation. Early in their careers they invest heavily in human capital in order to build a reputation. In the later stages of their career, scientists may trade or cash in on this reputation for economic returns. A variety of avenues are available to do this, including the establishment of a new ﬁrm. The data suggest that this cashing out pattern is determined in part by eminence.
30 David B. Audretsch There is compelling evidence that the SBIR program has had a positive impact on developing the US biotechnology industry. The beneﬁts have been documented (Audretsch et al. 2000) as follows: • • • • The survival and growth rates of SBIR recipients have exceeded those of ﬁrms not receiving SBIR funding. The SBIR induces scientists involved in biomedical research to change their career path. By applying the scientiﬁc knowledge to commercialisation, these scientists shift their career trajectories away from basic research towards entrepreneurship.
Biotechnology in Comparative Perspective (Studies in Global Competition, 16) by Gerhard Fuchs