Law, policy and economics of technological innovation: 1940, 1980, 2020

Roberto Caso

Abstract


In European Union Research & Innovation (R&I) policy, on the one hand, actions promoting universities’ Open Science (OS) are growing, and on the other hand, Intellectual Property Rights are being extended and their use and transfer to private individuals is being encouraged in academic institutions themselves.

In a R&I ecosystem dominated by intellectual monopoly capitalism, the promotion of OS runs the risk of being, at best, ineffective or limitedly effective and, at worst, a tool to strengthen the monopolies themselves.


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