Dr Duncan Matthews commissioned by Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP) to advise on “Patents in the Global Economy”
4 June 2009
Dr Duncan Matthews has been commissioned by the Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP), as part of its project on the role and rationale of intellectual property rights, to write a paper on the “Patents in the Global Economy”. It is anticipated that a book of commissioned papers from SABIP’s role and rationale project will be published in Winter 2009. SABIP was established in June 2008 as an outcome of the 2006 Gowers Review of Intellectual Property and its role is to give independent, evidence-based advice to UK Government Ministers and the Chief Executive of the UK’s Intellectual Property Office on the development of policy.
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