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Paris, October 20 & 21, 2005
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Wednesday, October 19th 2005

During the day of Wednesday October 19th, will be proposed a training day on economics and econometrics of intellectual property.
This preliminary training seemed useful for a better comprehension and a better participation in the works of the conference for those which did not have occasion to have a report on progress of undertaken research these last years.
It will be enrichied by the presence in Paris of the best international specialists, who will have, thus the occasion to draw up a true state of the art.

Benefit from a grouped registration for the three days as a continuous training.

17:00 – 19:00 : Registration / Welcome Desk

Overview of the Scientific Program

Thurdsay, October 20th
Friday, October 21st
08.45 - 10.00 09.00 - 10.00
10.00 - 10.30 Poster Session 1 10.00 - 10.30 Poster Session 2
10.30 - 12.00 A : Valuation of Patents 10.30 - 12.00 E : The Productivity of Inventors and Academic Research
12.00 - 13.00 Poster Session 1 12.00 - 13.00 Poster Session 2
13.00 - 14.30 B : Valuation of Particular IP 13.00 - 14.30 F: International Technology Transfer an Licensing
14.30 - 15.00 Poster Session 1 14.30 - 15.00 Poster Session 2
15.00 - 16.30 C : Trends in IPR and Countries Analysis 15.00 - 17.00 G : R&D and Externalities
16.30 - 17.00 Poster Session 1  
17.00 - 18.30 D : Patent Policies  

Thurdsay, October 20th 2005

08:00 – 08:45 : Registration

08:45 – 09:00 : Opening Session
Chaired by ..............................


Welcome Oration
Pr. ........

Keynote Speech
Bruno Van Pottelsberghe
Solvay Business School, Free University of Brussels (BE)
Avenues of Further Reseach on IP


10:00 – 10:30 : Coffee Break & Poster Session 1

Poster Session 1 during all the day, Thurdsay, October 20th 2005
Chaired by ..............................


Valorisation financière de la propriété intellectuelle pour les sociétés de biotechnologie
AMIR-ASLANI Arsia (FR) Araxes Associates

Publications and Patenting: Panel Data Evidence of Faculty Members' Behaviours at a Large European Research Uuniversity
CARAYOL Nicolas (FR) BETA, U. Louis Pasteur et CNRS et ADIS, U. Paris Sud

Assessment of Intellectual Property Rights Protection in Russia at Federal and Regional Level
CHULOK Alexander (RU) Higher School of Economics- State U.

An Analysis of the Innovative Capacity of Tunisian Firms: A patent Approach
GHALI Sofiane (TN) U. Tunis El-Manar

Market Valuation of UK Intellectual Property: Manufacturing, Utility and Financial Services Firms
GREENHALGH Christine, ROGERS Mark (UK) Oxford Intellectual Property Research Institute

Mesure exogène de la valeur des droits de propriété industrielle et du goodwill des sociétés cotées au CAC 40
KAISER Alain (FR) Breese Derambure Majerowicz, LANTZ Jean Sébastien (FR) Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications

Endogenous Growth Wwithout Scale Effect: Another Policy
KOLEDA Gilles (FR) ERASME, Ecole Centrale Paris & GERCIE U. de Tours

Les modèles de la valorisation financière de la propriété intellectuelle : brevets et marques
LANTZ Jean Sébastien (FR) Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications

Pricing Patents through Citations
LEIVA BERTRAN Fernando (US) U. Iowa

Denominating Innovation Currency
MARTIN David (US) Fellow, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, U. Virginia

Contracting for the Transfer of Technology within Multinational Corporations: Empirical Evidence from Spain
MENDI Pedro (ES) Universidad de Navarra

Patent Policies for Exhaustible Pharmaceutical Innovation: The Problem of Resistance
OUTTERSON Kevin (US) West Virginia U. College of Law

The Patent Explosion: Quantifying Changes in the Propensity to Patent
SANYAL Paroma (US) Brandeis U.

The Temporal inconsticency of Patent Policy
TADDEI Julia, RANAIVOSON Heritiana (FR) U. Paris 1


10:30 – 12:00 : Session A : Valuation of Patents
Chaired by ..............................


Patent Renewals as Options : Some Implications for Intellectual Property Rights Policy
BAUDRY Marc, DUMONT Béatrice (FR) U. Rennes I, CREM-CNRS

Estimates of Firms' Patent Rents
BESSEN James (US) Research on Innovation, Boston U. School of Law

Private Value of Finnish Patents
GUSTAFSON Charlotta (FI) Swedish School of Economics and BA Department of Economics

Who Do You Trust While Shares Are on a Roller-Coaster Ride?
RAMB Fred (DE) Deutsche Bundesbank Economic Research Centre, REITZIG Markus (DK) Copenhagen Business School

The Impact of Technological Innovation and Knowledge on the Market Value of Quoted Firms - Evidence Using Data on Finnish and Swedish Firms
SANTAVIRTA Robin (FI) Helsinki U. of Technology, Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management

The Size Distribution of Innovations Revisited: An Application of Extreme Value Statistics to Citation and Value Measures of Patent Significance

12:00 – 13:00 : Lunch & Poster Session 1

13:00 – 14:30 : Session B : Valuation of Particular IP
Chaired by ..............................


The Economic Value of Intellectual Property Rights : The Value of Copyrighted Digital Music Files
DJIAN Isabelle, NEGASSI Syoum (FR) LASI, U. Paris 1

Les brevets sur les méthodes commerciales : état des lieux et perspectives économiques
LIOTARD Isabelle (FR) U Paris Nord

Understanding Technology Market: Quantitative Analysis of Licensing Activities in Japan
MOTOHASHI Kazuyuki (JP) Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, U. Tokyo

Firm Treatment of Intellectual Property Rights in Recent Canadian Survey's of Innovation, 1999 and 2003.
SCHENK Ingrid (CA) Industry Canada, Marketplace Innovation Directorate, Innovation Policy Bran

Science Parks' Characteristics and Companies' Innovative Performance. Evidence from Finland
SQUICCIARINI Mariagrazia (FI) Technical Research Center of Finland VTT Technology Studies

Business Method Patents in Europe and their Strategic Use - Evidence from Franking Device Manufacturers
WAGNER Stefan (DE) INNO-tec

14:30 – 15:00 : Coffee Break & Poster Session 1

15:00 – 16:30 : Session C : Trends in IPR and Countries Analysis
Chaired by ..............................


The Impact of Patents and Standards on Macroeconomics Growth
BLIND Knut, JUNGMITAG André (DE) Kassel U.

A Great Wall of Patents: What is Behind China's Recent Patent Explosion?
GUANGZHOU HU Albert, JEFFERSON Gary (SG) National U. Singapore

Economic Performance of Copyright-Based Industries: Empirical Evidence from Arab Countries
HARABI Najib (MA) Al Akhawayn U.

The Democratization of R&D After 1980
HUNT Robert, NAKAMURA Leonard (US) Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Geographical diffusion of US modes or a trend toward complexity: what is behind the surge in EPO patent voluminosity
VAN ZEEBROECK Nicolas, VAN POTTELSBERGHE Bruno (BE) U. Libre de Bruxelles, SBS, Centre Emile Bernheim, GUELLEC Dominique (FR) European Patent Office

16:30 – 17:00 :Coffee Break & Poster Session 1

17:00 – 18:30 : Session D : Patent Policies
Chaired by ..............................


The Counterfeiting Decision and the Enforcement of IPRs
BOSWORTH Derek (AU) U. of Melbourne

Opposition de brevet et leur déterminants : Une analyse micro-économique
CINCERA Michele, PROKOPIEVA Rouslana  (BE) U. Libre de Bruxelles

Settlement During Patent Litigation Trials
CREMERS Katrin (DE) Center for European Economic Research ZEW

Managing a Partnership Efficiently
KURIBKO Nataliya (US) Department of Economics, Duke U.

USPTO vs. EPO Citation Lags

Persistence in Innovation Activities? Stylised Facts and Panel Data Evidence
PETERS Bettina (DE) Centre for European Economic Research ZEW


19:00 : Reception & Official Dinner


Friday, October 21st 2005

09:00 – 10:00 : Keynote Speech
Chaired by .............................. .


R&D, Innovation, Productivity and Employment

10:00 – 10:30 : Coffee Break & Poster Session 2

Poster Session 2 : Work in progress
Chaired by ..............................


What's a Drug Patent Worth After it has Expired? A Study of First-Mover Advantages in the Market for Prescription Drugs
COMBES Emanuel, HAUG Heiner (FR) PRISM, U. Paris 1

Economic Impact of the R&D Related to Defense: A Comparative Analysis
DIVIALLE Frédérick, NEGASSI Syoum (FR) LASI, U. Paris 1

Price-cost Margins and Rent Sharing at the Firm Level in France: Does Innovation Matter?
DOBBELARE Sabien, MAIRESSE Jacques (BE) Ghent U.

Spillovers at the Research Unit Level
GONZALEZ Raul, GARCIA-FONTES Walter (ES) U. Pompeu Fabra

Patents as a strategic tool for firms: the case of the french Chemical Industry under environmental constraints
MAXIMIN Céline, (FR) LASI, U. Paris 1

Does Rising Productivity Result in Job Loss?
NARAZANI Edlira (IT) U. Turin

The Willingness to Pay for Copyrighted Files Over P2P Networks: An Empirical Investigation on French Survey Data
ROCHELANDET Fabrice, LE GUEL Fabrice (FR) ADIS, U. Paris 11

Patenting practices and impacts Academia Vs Industry An insight view on biotechnology
SAPSALIS Elefthérios, VAN POTTELSBERGHE Bruno, NAVON Ran (BE) U. Libre de Bruxelles

The equilibrium price on the market of knowledge products : A application to software

VASSELIN Françoise (FR) MATISSE, U. Paris 1

On the Effects of Market Incumbency on Innovative Behaviour in the Pharmaceutical Industry
ZUNIGA Maria Pluvia, DUFLOS Gautier (FR) U. Paris 1


10:30 – 12:00 : Session E : The Productivity of Inventors and Academic Research
Chaired by ..............................


Is Academic Science Raising Innovative Productivity? Theory and Evidence from Firm-Level Data
AOKI Reiko, BRANSTETTE Lee (NZ) Department of Economics, U. of Auckland

Intellectual Property Rights in Universities and Public Reserach Centres: A Point of View to a Traditional Dilemma
CASSAIGNE-HERNANDEZ Rocio, DIAZ-GUTIERREZ Karla (MX) U. Nacional autonoma de Mexico

A Closer Look at Inventor Productivity - What Makes the Difference?
HOISL Karin (DE) Ludwig-Maximilians U. Munich

Light in the Empirical Shadow: Base-Lining the Impact of Academic Patenting Legislation in Norway
IVERSEN Eric, ANTJE Raymund, et Alii (NO) Nifu Step

The Inventors' Life Cycle
MARIANI Myriam, ROMANELLI Maria (IT) Bocconi U., Istituto di Economia Politica

12:00 – 13:00 : Lunch & Poster Session 2

13:00 – 14:30 : Session F : International Technology Transfer & Licensing
Chaired by ..............................


Patents and Spillovers in Some European Regions: A Dynamic Count Panel Data Model
BRESSON Georges, LEGROS Diego, ABDELMOULA Myriam (FR) U. Paris 2

Geograhic and Technology Based R&D Spillovers Within the TRIAD: Micro Evidence From US Patent and Citation Data
CINCERA Michele, ALDIERI Luigi (BE) U. Libre de Bruxelles

License Expenditures of Incumbents and Potential Entrants: An Empirical Analysis of Firm Behavior
CZARNITZKI Dirk, KRAFT Kornelius (BE) KU Leuven Dept. of Applied Economics and Steunpunt O&O Statistieken

How Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Affects the International Technology Transfer: Evidence from Japanese MNCs
ITO Banri, WAGASUGI Ryuhei (JP) Global Security Research Institute, Keio U.

Do Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Ownership Control Facilitate International Licensing? : Some Evidence from Licensing Contracts of Japanese Firms
NAGAOKA Sadao (JP) Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi U.

14:30 – 15:00 : Coffee Break & Poster Session 2

15:00 – 17:00 : Session G : R&D and Externalities
Chaired by ..............................


The Determinants of High-Tech Versus Low-Tech R&D Investment: Evidence from Testing the Pooling Assumption
BECKER Bettina, HALL Stephen (DE) Ifo Institute, U. of Munich

Contribution of Own R&D and R&D Spillovers to Total Factor Productivity Growth of Canadian Manufacturing and Services Industries, 1973-2000
HANEL Petr, KHANAM Bilkis (CA) Université de Sherbrooke

Knowledge Infrastructure and Foreign Entrepreneurship in France
HUNG Tsu-Yi, NEGASSI Syoum (FR) LASI, U. Paris 1

Impact of the Co-operation and Competences on the Innovating Behaviour: An Econometric Micro Study of the Companies French
KEFI Mohamed-Karim, NEGASSI Syoum (FR) LASI, U. Paris 1

Innovation in Enterprise Clusters: Evidence for Dutch Manufacturing
MOHNEN Pierre, DIEDEREN Bert, PALM Frantz, RAYMOND Wladimir, VAN DER LOEFF Sybrand Schim (NL) U. Maastricht

Competition, Human Capital and Innovation Incentives
SEVILIR Merih, FULGHIERI Paolo (US) U. North-Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School


17:00 – 17:30 : End of the conference, last drink

Note: In the case of communication with several authors, the name of the author of correspondence is in heavy type.

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