Quotation Appl, Clemens. 2014. IP in Collaborative Innovation: How IP (Co-) Ownership challenges Open Innovation. MPI Workshop "Challenges of Knowledge Creation – Intellectual Property Protection and Innovation Performance", München, Deutschland, 02.12.. Invited Talk


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Innovation and creativity are no longer reserved for closed groups of people such as employees of a company; in fact, the innovation process has nowadays gone far beyond these traditional boundaries and involves a substantial number of external players like "lead users" or "virtual collectives". This development in the field of innovation management raises a number of crucial legal questions, especially with regard to IP law. Thus, the talk will deal with typical elements of IP governance for Open Innovation communities characterized by a large number of more or less anonymous contributors originating from different jurisdictions. It will be focused on the acquisition of intellectual property rights, their exploitation by multinational collectives and the special legal relationship between the contributors.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title IP in Collaborative Innovation: How IP (Co-) Ownership challenges Open Innovation
Event MPI Workshop "Challenges of Knowledge Creation – Intellectual Property Protection and Innovation Performance"
Year 2014
Date 02.12.
Country Germany
Location München
Invited Talk Y

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Appl, Clemens (Details)
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Information and Communication Technology & Intellectual Property Law Group AB (Details)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
5208 Company law (Details)
5212 International civil law (Details)
5231 Copyright and publication right (Details)
5237 Commercial law (Details)
5239 Civil law (Details)
5240 European law (Details)
5260 Information law (Details)
5271 Patent law (Details)
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