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Frederic M. Scherer (1932-)

Nació en 1932. Recibió un AB con matrícula de honor por la Universidad de Michigan  en 1954, un MBA (1958) y un doctorado en Economía administrativa (1963) por la Universidad de Harvard. La Universidad de Hohenheim, Alemania le ha concedido un doctorado honorario.

F. M. Scherer es Aetna Professor Emeritus en la Escuela Gobernamental John F. Kennedy de la Universidad de Harvard.

Sus investigaciones se centran en la economía industrial y la economía de los cambios tecnológicos.

Scherer da clases en distintas universidades incluyendo Northwestern, Swarthmore College y Central European University. Ha sido economista jefe en Federal Trade Commission entre 1974-76.

Ha sido presidente de Industrial Organization Society y de International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society, vicepresidente de American Economic Association y de Southern Economic Association, y miembro del consejo de editores de la revista Industrial Organization.



(1) Co-author with M. J. Peck, The Weapons Acquisition Process: An Economic Analysis (Harvard Business School Division of Research, 1962).
(2) The Weapons Acquisition Process: Economic Incentives (Harvard Business School Division of Research, 1964).
(3) Industrial Market Structure and Economic Performance (first ed. 1970; second ed. 1980; third ed. (with David Ross) 1990; Houghton Mifflin).
(4) Senior co-author (with Alan Beckenstein, Erich Kaufer, and R. D. Murphy), The Economics of Multi-Plant Operation: An International Comparisons Study (Harvard University Press, 1975).
(5) The Economic Effects of Compulsory Patent Licensing (New York University Monograph Series in Finance and Economics, 1977).
(6) Innovation and Growth: Schumpeterian Perspectives (MIT Press, 1984).
(7) Co-author (with David J. Ravenscraft), Mergers, Sell-offs, and Economic Efficiency (Brookings Institution, 1987).
(8) International High-Technology Competition (Harvard University Press, 1992).
(9) Competition Policies for an Integrated World Economy (Brookings Institution, 1994).
(10) Industry Structure, Strategy, and Public Policy (Harper Collins, 1996).
(11) New Perspectives on Economic Growth and Technological Innovation (Brookings Institution, 1999).
(12) Competition Policy, Domestic and International (Edward Elgar, 2001).
(13) Quarter Notes and Bank Notes: The Economics of Music Composition in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Princeton University Press, 2004).



(14) "The Theory of Contractual Incentives for Cost Reduction," Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1964, pp. 257-280.
(15) "Invention and Innovation in the Watt-Boulton Steam Engine Venture," Technology and Culture, Spring 1965, pp. 165-187.
(16) "Corporate Inventive Output, Profits, and Growth," Journal of Political Economy, June 1965, pp. 290-297.
(17) "Firm Size, Market Structure, Opportunity, and the Output of Patented Inventions," American Economic Review, December 1965, pp. 1097-1125.
(18) "Time-Cost Tradeoffs in Uncertain Empirical Research Projects," Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, March 1966, pp. 71-82, and September 1966, pp. 349-350.
(19) "Market Structure and the Employment of Scientists and Engineers," American Economic Review, June 1967, pp. 524-531.
(20) "Research and Development Resource Allocation under Rivalry," Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1967, pp. 359-394.
(21) "The Determinants of Industrial Plant Sizes in Six Nations," Review of Economics and Statistics, May 1973, pp. 135-145.
(22) "Investment Variability, Seller Concentration, and Plant Scale Economies," Journal of Industrial Economics, December 1973, pp. 157-160.
(23) "The Determinants of Multi-Plant Operation in Six Nations and Twelve Industries," Kyklos, 1974, no. 1, pp. 124-139.
(24) "Economies of Scale and Industrial Concentration," In Harvey J. Goldschmid et al., eds., Industrial Concentration: The New Learning (Little, Brown, 1974), pp. 16-54 and 97-100.
(25) "Industrial Structure, Scale Economies, and Worker Alienation," in R. T. Masson and P. D. Qualls, editors, Essays on Industrial Organization in Honor of Joe S. Bain (Ballinger, 1976), pp. 105-122.
(26) "Segmental Financial Reporting: Needs and Tradeoffs," in Harvey J. Goldschmid, editor, Business Disclosure: Government's Need To Know (McGraw-Hill, 1979), pp. 3-57.
(27) "The Welfare Economics of Product Variety: An Application to the Ready-to-Eat Cereals Industry," Journal of Industrial Economics, December 1979, pp. 113-134.
(28) "Demand-Pull and Technological Innovation: Schmookler Revisited," Journal of Industrial Economics, March 1982, pp. 225-238.
(29) "Industrial Technology Flows in the United States," Research Policy, August 1982, pp. 227-245.
(30) Co-author (with David Ravenscraft), "The Lag Structure of Returns to R&D," Applied Economics, December 1982, pp. 603-620.
(31) "Inter-Industry Technology Flows and Productivity Growth," Review of Economics and Statistics, November 1982, pp. 627-634.
(32) "The Propensity To Patent," International Journal of Industrial Organization, vol. I, no. 1 (1983), pp. 107-128.
(33) "R&D and Declining Productivity Growth," American Economic Review, May 1983, pp. 215-218.
(34) "The Economics of vertical Restraints," Antitrust Law Journal, vol. 52 (1983), pp. 687-707 and 731-740.
(35) "Antitrust, Efficiency, and Progress," New York University Law Review, November 1987, pp. 998-1020.
(36) Co-author (with David Ravenscraft), "Life After Takeover," Journal of Industrial Economics, December 1987, pp. 147-156.
(37) Co-author (with David Ravenscraft), "The Profitability of Mergers," International Journal of Industrial Organization, March 1988, pp. 101-116.
(38) Co-author (with David Ravenscraft), "Divisional Sell-off: A Hazard Function Analysis," Managerial and Decision Economics, 1991, pp. 429-438.
(39) "Corporate Takeovers: The Efficiency Arguments," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Winter 1988, pp. 69-82.
(40) "Efficiency, Fairness, and the Early Contributions of Economists to the Antitrust Debate," Washburn Law Journal, Winter 1990, pp. 243-255.
(41) "Sunlight and Sunset at the Federal Trade Commission," Administrative Law Review, Fall 1990, pp. 461-487.
(42) Co-author (with Keun Huh), "Top Managers' Education and R&D Investment," Research Policy, 1992, pp. 507-511.
(43) Co-author (with Keun Huh), "R&D Reactions to High-Technology Import Competition," Review of Economics and Statistics, May 1992, pp. 202-212.
(44) "Schumpeter and Plausible Capitalism," Journal of Economic Literature, September 1992, pp. 1416-1433.
(45) "Lagging Productivity Growth: Measurement, Technology, and Shock Effects," Empirica, vol. 20, no. 1 (1993), pp. 5-24.
(46) "Pricing, Profits, and Technological Progress in the Pharmaceutical Industry," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Summer 1993, pp. 97-116.
(47) Co-author (with W. S. Comanor), "Rewriting History: The Early Sherman Act Monopolization Cases," International Journal of the Economics of Business, July 1995, pp. 263-289.
(48) "An Accidental Schumpeterian," The American Economist, vol. 40 (Spring 1996), pp. 5-13.
(49) "How U.S. Antitrust Can Go Astray: The Brand Name Prescription Drug Litigation," International Journal of the Economics of Business, vol. 4 (November 1997), pp. 239-256.
(50) "Retail Distribution Channel Barriers to International Trade," Antitrust Law Journal, vol. 67, no. 1 (1999), pp. 77-112.
(51) "The Size Distribution of Profits from Innovation," Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 1998, no. 49/50, pp. 495-516.
(52) Co-author (with Dietmar Harhoff, Francis Narin, and Katrin Vopel), "Citation Frequency and the Value of Patented Inventions," Review of Economics and Statistics, August 1999, pp. 511-515.
(53) Co-author (with Dietmar Harhoff and Joerg Kukies), "Uncertainty and the Size Distribution of Rewards from Technological Innovation," Journal of Evolutionary Economics, vol. 10 (2000), pp. 175-200.
(54) Co-author (with Dietmar Harhoff), "Technology Policy for a World of Skew-Distributed Outcomes," Research Policy, April 2000, pp. 559-566.
(55) Co-author (with Dietmar Harhoff and Katrin Vopel), "Exploring the Tail of Patent Value Distributions," in Ove Granstrand, ed., Economics, Law and Intellectual Property (Kluwer: 2003), pp. 279-309.
(56) Co-author (with Dietmar Harhoff and Katrin Vopel), "Citations, Family Size, Opposition and the Value of Patent Rights," Research Policy, 2003.
(57) "The Innovation Lottery," in Rochelle Dreyfuss et al., eds., Expanding the Boundaries of Intellectual Property (Oxford University Press: 2001), pp. 3-21.
(58) "The Pharmaceutical Industry," in A. J. Culyer and J. P. Newhouse, eds., Handbook of Health Economics (Elsevier: 2000), pp. 1298-1336.
(59) "The Economics of Innovation and Technological Change," International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (2003), pp. 7530-7536.
(60) "The Emigration of German-Speaking Economists after 1933," Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 38 (September 2000), pp. 614-626.
(61) "An Early Application of the Average Total Cost Concept," Journal of Economic Literature, September 2001, pp. 897-901.
(62) "The Link from Gross Profitability to Pharmaceutical R&D Spending," Health Affairs, September/October 2001, pp. 216-220.
(63) "The Merger Puzzle," in Wolfgang Franz et al., eds., Fusionen (Tuebingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2002), pp. 1-22.
(64) Co-author (with Jayashree Watal), "Post-TRIPS Options for Access to Patented Medicines in Developing Nations," Journal of International Economic Law, December 2002, pp. 913-939.
(65) "The Economics of Human Gene Patents," Academic Medicine, December 2002, Part 2, pp. 1348-1367.
(66) "The Evolution of Free-Lance Music Composition, 1650-1900," Journal of Cultural Economics, November 2001, pp. 307-319.
(67) "Servility, Opportunity, and Freedom in the Choice of Music Composition as a Profession," The Musical Quarterly, Winter 2001, pp. 718-734.
(68) "Technology Flows Matrix Estimation Revisited," Economic Systems Research, September 2003, pp. 327-358.
(69) "A Note on Global Welfare in Pharmaceutical Patent Policy," The World Economy, July 2004, pp. 1127-1142.
(70) "The Pharmaceutical Industry: Prices and Progress," New England Journal of Medicine, August 26, 2004, pp. 927-932.
(71) "Schumpeter and the Micro-Foundations of Economic Growth," in Albert N. Link and F. M. Scherer, eds., Essays in Honor of Edwin Mansfield (Springer: 2005), pp. 15-26.
(72) "Horst Hesse: A Cold War Military Intelligence Mole," Intelligence and National Security, April 2006, pp. 1-13.
(73) "An Industrial Organization Perspective on the Influenza Vaccine Shortage," forthcoming in Managerial and Decision Economics, 2006.
(74) "Uncertainty and Choice: The Challenges of Pharmaceutical Efficacy, Safety, and Cost," forthcoming in Managerial and Decision Economics, 2006.
(75) "Technological Innovation and Monopolization," forthcoming in W. D. Collins, ed., Issues in Competition Law and Policy (American Bar Association).
(76) "Corporate Structure and the Financial Support of U.S. Symphony Orchestras," under publication review.
(77) "A New Retrospective on Mergers," keynote address before the Industrial Organization Society, Boston, April 2006.
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