This working paper uses two common indicators of innovation to see how the technology hardware sector compares in countries with and without fair use. It illustrates that research and development spending by firms in these industries has been higher in countries with fair use, controlling for other firm- and country-level factors. It then shows more patents have been granted to the technology sector in countries that have adopted fair use, relative to patents granted to firms in the same industries in other countries, controlling for other country-level factors.
Palmedo, Michael. "R&D Spending and Patenting in the Technology Hardware Sector in Nations With and Without Fair Use" (2017). PIJIP Research Paper Series, Paper no. 2017-02