If Open IP in emerging technologies does present an opportunity to create a more equitable society - how would one assess the impact and the extent of the role openness played? This session will build on the earlier sessions of the term to create at a framework for the impacts of Open IP and discuss the theory development and empirical work required to enable effective assessment.
Gold, E. R. (2016). Accelerating translational research through open science: The neuro experiment. PLoS biology, 14(12), e2001259.
Brandusescu, A and Lämmerhirt, D. (2017). Update on measuring open data: the next steps for the Open Data Charter Assessment Guide.
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Part of Open Intellectual Property Models of Emerging Technologies and Implications for the Equitable Society Research Group Seminar Series
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