RESEARCH

Video: Sources of appropriation capacity. Technovation

English version

Video: Understanding licensing Behaviour. Industrial Corporate Change

English version

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS

My primary research areas are Technology and Innovation Management, Business Strategy, Technology Licensing and Markets for Technology. In particular, I am interested in understanding the determinants and the consequences of a firm’s decision to license out its intellectual property to other companies. A recurrent theme that I have addressed is the relationship between the licensing-out strategy and firm performance (both before and after licensing out). I have also tried to shed light on the factors affecting the licensing trade-off (i.e., the balance between the benefits and costs associated with a licensing decision) and to explore in detail how the licensor’s bargaining power affects the returns from licensing. Given my specialization in the strategies behind the establishment of licensing agreements, I also wrote a paper reviewing the topic.

PUBLICATIONS


PAPERS SUBMITTED

  • Cabaleiro, G. & De Araujo Burcharth, A. Capturing Value from Openness: The Short and Long Term Consequences of Licensing Strategies. Second R&R in Journal of Product Innovation Management.
  • Cabaleiro, G, & Palmi, M. The dark side of innovation: The Effect of Automation on the Economy and on the Mental Health of the Society. Submitted to Technological Forecast and Social Change.
  • Cabaleiro, G. & Gimenez, E. L. Licensing Out as a Form of Myopic Management. Submitted to Journal of Business Studies.
  • Cabaleiro, G. A Review of Licensing Agreements and the Determinants to License. Submitted to Research Policy.
  • Cabaleiro, G. and Vera, C. The Impact of Educational Technologies in Higher Education. Submitted to International Review of Education.


WORKING PAPERS

  • Cabaleiro, G. and Moreira, S. Licensing as a way to Attain Analysts Forecasts.
  • Cabaleiro, G. and Lago, R. The Impact of Automatization on Patents and in the Labour Market.
  • Cabaleiro, G. and Gutierrez, F. Is the Trade Unions Force a Factor that should be Considered in the Global Innovation Index? The Relationship between Trade Unions and Innovations in Chile.
  • Cabaleiro, G. and Geldes, C. The determinants of Social Innovation.
  • Cabaleiro, G. Systematic Review of Social Innovation.


video: Sources of appropriation capacity. Technovation

Spanish Version

Video: Understanding licensing Behaviour. Industrial Corporate Change

Spanish Version

Cabaleiro and Vera, 2018.pdf

The impact of educational technologies in higher education

Cabaleiro and Vera, working paper

Cabaleiro_Salce_2018.pdf

The State of Markets for Technology in Chile

Cabaleiro and Salce, 2018