Influenza open science shows how costly public goods can be developed without IP

Signal of change / Influenza open science shows how costly public goods can be developed without IP

By Giulio Quaggiotto / 17 Nov 2017

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@FuturesCentre - great #signalofchange! https://t.co/hiGEdBTMmA

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How major - & costly - public goods can be developed without IP. A case study on influenza open science https://t.co/fn0RBPn5v3 @op3ncare @PatientInnov @villum @indy_johar

Order Without Intellectual Property Law: Open Science in Influenza - The Governance Lab @ NYU

Amy Kapczynski at Cornell Law Review: "Today, intellectual property (IP) scholars accept that IP as an approach to information production has serious limits. But what lies beyond IP? A new literature on "intellectual production without IP" (or "IP without IP") has emerged to explore this question, but its examples and explanations have yet to convince skeptics.



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