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Seminar in Innovation Economics I, Master Level, Inusbria University, Italy

  Learning Objectives The course provides an overview of the main topics of economics of innovation, with a particular attention to intellectual property rights (from now on IPRs). The first part of the course will focus on the source of innovation and science policy. The second part will cover issues related to IPRs, with a particular interest on the economics of patents. The third part covers the economics of trademarks.      Cours materials : A. Syllabus ( .pdf ) B. Students' presentation ( .zip ) C. Slides & Readings: - Class #1 ( .zip ) - Class #2 ( .zip ) - Class #3 ( .zip ) - Class #4 ( .zip )
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Economics of Intellectual Property Rights

  Economie de la propriété intellectuelle et veille technologique  (Economics of Intellectual Property Rights) University of Bordeaux, Master Level, M2, EIVS   Contenu . Le cours offre un aperçu des théories économiques fondamentales des brevets, des droits d'auteur, des marques déposées, et des droits "sui generis". Il approfondit la connaissance des utilisations multiples du brevet et de ses liens avec certains des leviers du management stratégique. Il vise aussi à fournir aux étudiants les connaissances critiques nécessaires à la réalisation de cartographies de brevets. Compétences visées . Savoir différencier les différents types de protection, posséder une connaissance approfondie de la propriété industrielle. Analyser les stratégies de dépôts de brevets et de gestion de la propriété intellectuelle Slides and materials   - Class #1 (. Zip ) - Class #2 ( .Zip ) - Class #3 ( .Zip ) - Class #4 ( .Zip ) - Class #5 ( .Zip ) - Class #6 (. Zip ) - Clas

[NEW REPORT] - Trends and characteristics of U.S. women inventors @USPTO

I am happy to be part of a team working on  a report on the trends and characteristics of U.S. women inventors named on U.S. patents granted from 1976 through 2016. THE USPTO report  “ Progress and Potential: A profile of women inventors on U.S. patents ,” , issued by the USPTO’s Office of the Chief Economist, shows that women still comprise a small minority of patented inventors and highlights an untapped potential of women to spur innovation in the United States. The full report can be found online at  www.uspto.gov/learning-and-resources/ip-policy/economic-research/progress-potential . Team: Andrew A. Toole , Amanda Myers Charles, A. W. deGrazia, Stefano Breschi, Edoardo Ferrucci, Francesco Lissoni, Ernest Miguelez, Valerio Sterzi, Gianluca Tarasconi