The protection of intellectual property in globalization
Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Paris, December 12, 2015, 14h-17h
Round table coordinated by Dimitri Uzunidis (ULCO, RRI)
Global competition requires firms to implement stratgies to protect physical and intangible capital protection. In an open economy shaped by the intensive use of information technology, the patent is it the most effective means of protecting the firm’s assets? What is the relationship between continuous innovation and patentability? How do firms meet the challenges of counterfeiting and piracy? Is the legal instrument sufficient to counter the new contenders? How national and supra-national public institutions act and react?
Emmanuel Darmois (Commledge): Open source will it kill the norms and patents?
Béatrice Dumont (Université Sorbonne Paris Cité/CEPN-CNRS UMR 7234): Extension of patent and the value of the firm’s innovation capacities
Blandine Laperche (RRI, Clerse-ULCO): Globalization and extension of intellectual property: Knowledge-capital and innovaton networks
Zeting Liu (IFSTTAR, RRI): Inefficiencey of the systems of intellectual property protection and counterfeiting: the case of China
Julien Pénin (Université de Strasbourg, BETA): University rechearche, licensing and firms’ strategies: a win-win process?
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