Friday, October 13, 2006

DIME Papers Online

The papers and presentations from the DIME Conference staged in London 14-15 September are now online.

Papers include Frederic M Scherer's "The Political Economy of Patent Policy Reform in the United States," David Paul's "Using IPR to Expand the Research Common for Science," Fiona Macmillan's "Cultural Diversity in an Era of Corporate Dominance," and my own, "The Discovery of Invention."

Dynamics of Institutions and Market Economics (DIME) is a network of excellence of social scientists, including specialists in law, economics, and politics, as introduced in an earlier post. DIME is sponsored by the 6th Framework Programme (FP6) of the European Union.

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