Leila Tahmooresnejad

Leila Tahmooresnejad
HEC Montréal - École des Hautes Études commerciales | HEC Montreal

PhD Industrial Engineering

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August 2020 - present
September 2016 - present
Polytechnique Montréal
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (20)
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The aim of this paper is to explore the collaboration of female inventors, how it affects their innovation production and whether it influences their innovation impact. Empirical knowledge of how inventors collaborate in co-patenting collaborations holds an important key to innovation development. In this article, we report on an analysis of intern...
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This paper studies the relationship between the position of individual scientists within co-authorship networks and their scientific performance. Using co-authorship data from African scientists in the Health and Medical Sciences within a timespan of 15 years (2000–2015), we characterize the collaboration networks and calculate centrality measures...
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The theoretical model developed in this article predicts that collaboration with top-funded scientists positively affects the number of scientific publications of an individual scientist. Having combined data on funding and publication of Quebec scientists, this article empirically tests the theoretical predictions. This article examines numerous d...
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This paper is concerned with how government research funding and collaboration between researchers affect academic technological production in the context of nanotechnology in Canada and in the United States. We use the co-invention and co-authorship networks of scientists to build indicators of collaborative behaviour and investigate whether the n...
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This paper analyses the effects of public and private funding on the subsequent scientific output of academic research in nanotechnology. We investigate whether public grants increase the citation of publications, as well as whether private funding is complementary in enhancing citation impact. Using panel data, we compare autoregression models, bi...
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This study provides a comprehensive analysis of patent family characteristics of triadic patents. We test specific features of triadic patent families to highlight common correlation patterns between patent value, as measured by patent forward citation data, and the structure of triadic patent families that cover the same invention at the internati...
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We analyse the determinants of patents to give economists a useful basis upon which to predict the economic importance of patents. The main objective of this paper is to present a practical approach employing a wide array of indicators which capture the economic value of patented inventions. These measures such as family size, forward citations, ba...
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This paper assesses the extent to which patent renewal data is associated with government funding in a university context by focusing on the relationship between the funded patentees and renewal decisions of their patents. The aim of this paper is to show whether receiving funding from government contributes to high-value patents as measured by the...
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This study investigates co-author and co-inventor collaborations using scientific articles and patents to measure collaborative knowledge production. This paper assesses how a scientist’s position within the joint co-publication and co-invention network affects its production and citation impact. Our findings reveal that number of publications is s...
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This paper presents cross-country comparisons between Canada and the United States in terms of the impact of public grants and scientific collaborations on subsequent nanotechnology-related publications. In this study we present the varying involvement of academic researchers and government funding to capture the influence of funded research in ord...
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University patenting has become an important research outcome in the past few decades. There has been an increase in the number of faculty patents and individual scientists listed as inventors on patent applications. The effective allocation of funding to universities is of great concern to policymakers. In this paper, we evaluate whether an increa...
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L'article se retrouve dans un fichier accessible en ligne, sur le site Internet de l'Institut de la statistique du Québec (ISQ) http://www.stat.gouv.qc.ca/statistiques/science-technologie-innovation/compendium-2013.pdf
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Technology transfer is a common method for companies to acquire new technology and presents both challenges and substantial benefits. In some cases especially in developing countries, the mere possession of technology does not guarantee a competitive advantage if the appropriate infrastructure is not in place. In this paper, we identify the localiz...
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The aim of technology localization is an important issue, especially in developing countries that try to acquire new technologies by using a technology transfer method. Since these mechanisms may not lead all companies to attain their required knowledge and skills, further investigations must be conducted in order to choose the best method dependin...

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