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Institutions, not only enforcement, key to generating growth through patent market coordination

Why are inventors willing to take more risk in searching for new, more productive technology? This article examines coordination between inventors inventing and innovators in need for and using new patented technology, using an economic experiment.

The results indicate that the institutional arrangements matter more than enforcement in this learning process. In particular increased flexibility in demand side bidding yields higher willingness to search. This has implications on patent trade policy: Both the institutional and enforcement has to be considered in order to get a good selection process of what inventions to further invest in.

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Risk Management and the strategic role of services and IP in today’s economy

How should services be priced? This article outlines five steps towards a service logic driven by changes in IP and deregulation of major economic activities.

Article was published in Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance in 2002 and  can be found at Geneva Associations.


Ullberg, 2002, Risk Management