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Call for Papers, European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP 2016, University of Oxford, 3-5 September)

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Call for Papers, European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP 2016, University of Oxford, 3-5 September)

By 29 February 2016No Comments

oxford-585165_1920There are only two weeks left to submit abstracts, papers and panel proposals to EPIP 2016, the 11th Annual Conference of the European Policy for Intellectual Property Association hosted by the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre. Don’t miss the deadline for the leading interdisciplinary IP policy conference.

The full call for papers is here:

Conference dates: September 3rd (Saturday), 4th (Sunday) and 5th (Monday), 2016
Final paper submission deadline: 13 March 13th (Sunday), 2016

epip16logosConference chair is Professor Beth Webster, Swinburne University. Keynote speakers will include:

Professor Rochelle Dreyfuss – New York University School of Law
Professor Benjamin Jones – Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Marshall Phelps – ipCreate
Professor Thomas Astebro – HEC Paris, KU Leuven
Maria Martin-Prat – European Commission, DG GROW
Shira Perlmutter – United States Patent and Trademark Office
Associate Professor Kim Weatherall – The University of Sydney Law School
Professor Dietmar Harhoff – Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition
Professor Manuel Trajtenberg – Eitan Berglas School of Economics Tel-Aviv University
Professor Adam Jaffe – Motu New Zealand, Queensland University of Technology

The traditional pre-conference PhD workshop (Law for economists, Economics for lawyers) will be led by Professor Paul Jensen, University of Melbourne, Professor Stuart Graham, Georgia Tech and Professor Martin Kretschmer, University of Glasgow.

oxford-1016541Last September, CREATe at the University of Glasgow hosted the 10th annual EPIP conference focussing on IP and the Creative Economy. Digital conference proceedings, including abstracts, papers, presentations, panel transcripts, videos and photos are available on the legacy website (which is also useful as a resource for teaching).

CREATe hopes to see many of you again in Oxford.