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About georg

My research focuses on intellectual property rights, innovation and entrepreneurship. I also provide analysis for national and international organizations focusing on IP rights. Publications include papers on licensing in the semiconductor industry, measurement of patent thickets, trade mark cluttering and entrepreneurship education. I have also worked on competition policy. Current research interests are brand value, the interaction of R&D and marketing, the effects of intellectual property protection on competition, entrepreneurship education and business angels. Advisory experience includes advising competition and regulatory authorities and international organizations (including European Commission, WIPO, EPO, IPO UK). My work spans a range of industries including social networking, the semiconductor and telecommunications industries, the pharmaceuticals industry, sports rights, trade fairs and the package tour industry with advice covering mergers, market investigations and the effects of patent and trade mark protection in Europe. Outside of CREATe I am affiliated to the Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) at UEA, and the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre.

The Economic Effects of Copyright – Using CREATe & CORE Resources to Inform Regulators and Lawyers

CREATe Fellow Dr Georg von Graevenitz, and CREATe Programme Leader Dr Sukhpreet Singh, were recently invited to speak at the First Asia-Pacific Workshop on Empirical Methods in Innovation, IP and Competition organized by the National Law University (Delhi, India). This post by Georg summarises CREATe’s contribution to the workshop. The First Asia-Pacific Workshop on Empirical Methods in Innovation, IP and Competition was held at National Law University in Delhi in early March 2017. The workshop brought together researchers and regulators from across the globe as well as academic participants from across India and South East Asia. Sessions focussed on the economics of IP law, the link between competition and IP law, regulation of competition and empirical research on effects of patents, … Continue reading

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