Video: Sources of appropriation capacity. Technovation

English version

Video: Understanding licensing Behaviour. Industrial Corporate Change

English version


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.



  • 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.


  • 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


The State of Markets for Technology in Chile

Cabaleiro and Salce, 2018