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Introduction

  • Christian Grube

Abstract

Benjamin Franklin, scientist, publisher, founder, and first president of the American Philosophical Society is not only well known for his role as a founding father of the United States of America. He also invented products and technologies that are still used today, for example, bifocals and the lightning rod. In a world in which knowledge creation, application, and protection are essential drivers for a firm’s success, his 250-year-old words of wisdom are still relevant and have not become any less important.

Keywords

Patent Application Knowledge Creation American Philosophical Society Patent Grant Patent Valuation 
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  • Christian Grube

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