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Innovation Spaces in Asia

Entrepreneurs, Multinational Enterprises and Policy

Edited by Maureen McKelvey and Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen

Innovation Spaces in Asia provides insight into how and why Asia is poised to impact global innovation. Asia is undergoing rapid developments in markets, sources of technology and user preferences. A key characteristic of the book is the rich empirical understanding of the dynamic processes, involving the strategic decisions of firms and entrepreneurs with the broader socio-economic environment in terms of institutions, markets, knowledge and innovation systems. Innovation spaces are analyzed within Asian countries and firms, from Asia to the world, and from the world to Asian countries.
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Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen and Peter Rogerson

This chapter discusses the trend in women’s patenting in the United States (US) and provides explanations of gender inequalities. The US Patent and Trademark Office does not identify the gender, race or ethnicity of applicants. Male and female names are usually identified using algorithms, which have many problems. Historically, women dominated in haberdashery, kitchen utensils, and so on. Very few women are in patent-intensive fields (for example, computer hardware, peripherals). Learning from those few women patenting in patent-intensive high-tech fields can be useful for all. Data on processes leading to women’s participation in patenting can be gathered from higher education institutions, government laboratories and companies in order to understand institution-specific facilitators/barriers; this will add to the fact that there are (demographic) inequalities in STEM education and the career pipeline. While any participation by women and minorities in patenting is a positive outcome, participation in fields that transform society and/or provide lucrative returns, after controlling for the inequalities in STEM education and the career pipeline, is critical for inclusive innovation.

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Scott Ptak and Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen

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Teuku Arckyansyah Meraxa and Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen

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Ethan Gifford, Marcus Holgersson, Maureen McKelvey and Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen

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Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Torsten Schunder and Evangelos Bourelos