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Exploring the Intersection of Economics, Law and Open IP
The reading groups and seminars conducted by the Faculty Research Group during the last academic year have demonstrated that legal frameworks and business models for open sharing of technology and intellectual property are still being established. During this session we will look at different frameworks that could aid our understanding of the interaction between economics, law and open intellectual property practices and that could help design strategies for future research.
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