INNOVATION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Economic &am; managerial perspectives

Université Libre de Bruxelles
Solvay Business School
 
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Singapore - 15-16 July, 2004
 
 

Presidents and Co-Ordinators of the Scientific Committee
Arnoud DE MEYER
CV
Bruno VAN POTTELSBERGHE
CV

Supported and co-organized by the IP Academy in Singapore and INSEAD Singapore


Singapore

Scientific Committee
Reiko AOKI University of Auckland CV
Serge ALLEGREZZA Ministère de l'Economie, Luxembourg ; and EPO
Stefano BRUSONI SPRU, Sussex
Henri CAPRON ULB, Brussels
Bruno CASSIMAN IESE Business School
Denis DAMBOIS European Commission
Gerald DWORKIN IP Academy, Singapore
Alfonso GAMBARDELLA St. Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa
Dominique GUELLEC OECD CV
Petr HANEL
Université de Sherbrooke
Jin-Li HU National Chiao-Tung University CV
Alfred KLEINKNECHT Technical University of Delft
William R. LATHAM University of Delaware
Christian LEBAS    Université Lyon II
Georg LICHT               ZEW, Mannheim
Hans LÖÖF RITIEM, Stockholm
Pierre MOHNEN Maastricht University, MERIT
Sadao NAGAOKA Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
Hiroyuki ODAGIRI Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
Henri SERBAT AEA, Paris
Donald SIEGEL Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute CV
Ludo Van Der HEYDEN INSEAD, Fontainebleau
Xiangkang YIN La Trobe University, Victoria
 

The era of the knowledge-based economy recognizes that the key condition underlying wealth creation is innovation : the generation, exploitation and diffusion of knowledge. In this framework, the protection of innovation through intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights) is gaining in importance.

The purpose of the conference is to bring together management scholars and economists to discuss how a better understanding of the challenges of intellectual property can improve economic and business performances

The scope will be restricted to unpublished or recent research. Wishing to raise the interest of representatives from governments, as well as business, industry, and academia, empirical analyses with a focus on policy and/or managerial implication are warmly welcome. The conference will assume a worldwide orientation, with a special focus on Europe, East Asia and North America.

English will be the working language

Comité d'organisation
Frédérick Divialle , FédEco paris
Sam Garg, INSEAD Singapour
Carine Peeters, ULB, Bruxelles

 

 

 

 

Keynote Speeches by :

Derek BOSWORTH    UMIST, Manchester CV
Dietmar HARHOFF University of Munich  CV

 

Topics ( last proposals BEFORE march 2004, 19)

Evaluation of Patent Value
Industry-University Partnership
Management of Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property and S&T Policies
Measurement of Innovation Performances
Economic Consequences of Counterfeiting
Knowledge Transfer and Licensing practices
Hot Issues : NTBF, Bio-Tech, Business Methods, Software

 

 

 

 

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