Many emerging and developing economies follow a model of maximising ownership and base their innovation policies on European and US approaches. Do they have an opportunity to take a radical approach to intellectual property and if so, what could that look like and what would it mean for equitable and sustainable development?
- Elisabeth Eppinger (Freie Universität Berlin) on sustainable technology and innovation management.
- Kenneth Huang (National University of Singapore) [via teleconference] on firms’ innovation and IP strategies in the emerging economy of China and the interaction of uncertain IP conditions and open science strategies.
- Valeria Arza (CENIT) [via teleconference] on open collaborative practices for sustainability technologies.
- Victor Nzomo (Strathmore University Law School & Open African Innovation Research Partnership) [via teleconference] on approaches to IP in African hi-tech hubs.
Related Reading (optional - this meeting is a seminar rather than a reading group)
- Tietze, F., Eppinger, E., Sternkopf, J., & Vimalnath, P. (2017, June). IP strategies for sustainability. In Technology & Engineering Management Conference (TEMSCON), 2017 IEEE (pp. 173-178). IEEE.
- Eppinger, E., & Tinnemann, P. (2014). Technology Transfer of Publicly Funded Research Results from Academia to Industry: Societal Responsibilities?. In Responsible Innovation 1 (pp. 67-88). Springer, Dordrecht.
- Huang, K.G., X. Geng and H. Wang (2017). Institutional regime shift in intellectual property rights and innovation strategies of firms in China. Organization Science, 28(2): 355-377.
- Huang, K.G. (2017). Uncertain intellectual property conditions and knowledge appropriation strategies: Evidence from the genomics industry. Industrial and Corporate Change, 26(1): 41-71.
- van Zwanenberg, P., Fressoli, M., Arza, V., Smith, A., & Marin, A. (2017). Open and Collaborative Developments. [this was a reading group text in Michaelmas 2017]
- De Beer, J., Millar, P., Mwangi, J., Nzomo, V., & Rutenberg, I. (2016). A Framework for Assessing Technology Hubs in Africa. NYU J. Intell. Prop. & Ent. L., 6, 237. (alternative link)
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