A Brief History of CRIE and the Patent Data Repository
Commercialization Research on Innovation in Entrepreneurship (CRIE) began as a brainchild in the mind of PhD student Monte Shaffer, who sought an easier and more expedient way to organize patent data in one place.CRIE - Historic Patent Data
CRIE and Patent Rank takes historical patent data for academic studies of innovation and entrepreneurship to provide the best patent information.About Patent Data
Thousands of articles utilizing patent data have been written in economics, marketing, strategy, entrepreneurship, and law. The limitations of the use of patent data has been its accessibility. We propose an "open-science" paradigm where the data is cleansed, normalized, and prepared for academic consumption.CRIE Road Map and Data Priorities
An overview of data processes, tables, priorities, and types of data.History of Crie
Patents are critical to ensuring great ideas are kept in ownership of their creators. Crie seeks to hold a collection of various research tools for accessing these documents.