Based on essays presented at a conference sponsored by the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and Policy and NYU School of Law and held at La Pietra, Florence, Italy--Acknowledgments.
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Access, or not, in academic biomedical research / Wesley M. Cohen and John P. Walsh Cultural preservation: fear of drowning in a licensing swamp / Diane Ledenheer Zimmerman Preserving the unpublishedd public domain / R. Anthony Reese Norms and the sharing of research materials and tacit knowledge / Katherine J. Strandburg User-generated platforms / Niva Elkin-Koren Alternativ economic designs for academic publishing / Theodore C. Bergstrom and Daniel L. Rubinfeld IP transactions as facilitators of the globalized innovation economy / Sean M. O'Connor Complementarities among governance mechanisms: an empirical and theoretical assessment of cooperative technology agreements / Eric Brousseau, Natalia Lyarskaya, and Carlos Munz Nuanced management of IP rights: shaping industry-university relationships to promote social impact / Carol Mimura Designing models to clear patent thickets in genetics / Geertrui Van Overwalle The essentiality test for patent pools / Richard Gilbert Patent pools, RAND commitments, and the problematics of price discrimination / Daniel A. Crane Copyright collectives: good solution but for which problem? / Ariel Katz A rough guide to global intellectual property pluralism / Margaret Chon Contracts, orphan works, and copyright norms: what role for the and TRIPS? / Dr Jane C. Ginsburg.
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