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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 April 2022

Alica Daly
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization
David Humphreys
Affiliation:
University of Dundee
Julio Raffo
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization
Giulia Valacchi
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization

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Print publication year: 2022
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  1. 2.1Mining firms with and without patents

  2. 3.1Mining MNEs in UNCTAD Top 100 ranking of the largest global MNEs

  3. 4.1Natural resources matter for GDP and trade for emerging and Latin American countries

  4. 5.1Average distance and Capesize vessel shipping price to Port of Qingdao, China

  5. 6.1Patent classification of clean mining patents

  6. 6.2Top countries as ranked according to their share of clean patents in total mining patents, 1990–2015

  7. 6.3Control variables

  8. 6.4Baseline results

  9. 6.5Results – Impact of market vs. nonmarket EPS

  10. 6.6Results – Impact of individual policy instruments

  11. 6ASummary statistics of key variables

  12. 6BRobustness best of baseline estimation, using further lags and moving-average definition

  13. 7.1Characteristics of mining and METS firms

  14. 7.2Effect on innovation and access to finance of price change

  15. 7.3Time series estimation

  16. 7.4Time series estimation, different mining categories

  17. 7.5Time series estimation, different mining categories, decomposed price cycles

  18. 7.6Time series estimation, mining vs METS firms

  19. 7.7Panel estimation

  20. 7.8Panel estimation, using country-specific price index

  21. 8.1Brazilian ore production (2015)

  22. 8.2Mining sector challenges and technological demands

  23. 8.3Patents applications: 2000–15

  24. 8.4Coapplications and foreign inventors, by mining technology

  25. 8.5Research sample (technology import contracts) (2000–15)

  26. 8.6Technology import contracts by type, by contractor and by supplier (2000–15)

  27. 8.7Mining firm contractors (subsidiaries and parent companies)

  28. 9.1Share of global production and reserves (%, 2015)

  29. 9.2Percentage of firms that innovate (mining suppliers vis-à-vis the industry and the economy)

  30. 9.3Mining-related patents filed in the Chilean Patent Office

  31. 9.4Major 10 nonresident (NR) firms filing patents in Chile, by country of origin

  32. 9.5Descriptive statistics (in US dollars)

  33. 9.6IP applications filed in the Chilean Patent Office and abroad, by instrument (%)

  34. 9.7Questions on IP practices and regulation (%)

  35. 9.8Innovating firms’ reasons for not protecting innovations (%)

  36. 10.1MINER Act on health outcomes, 1995–2014

  37. 12.1Mining patent filings by Australians, by technology and entity type

  38. 12.2Mining support service patent filings by Australians, by technology and entity type

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