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IP Literature Watch: August 2022

August 29, 2022
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Among the pieces featured in this month’s IP Literature Watch are a chapter exploring EU copyright framework relevant for the digitization of cultural heritage, with particular attention to Germany and the Netherlands; a paper examining how corporate infringement with respect to intellectual property (IP) is associated with institutional investors’ investment horizons; an article exploring often-unrecognized costs of publishing unexamined patent applications and proposing solutions that balance the benefits of early notice with the costs of patent system uncertainty; an article uncovering copyright’s long-lost history of procedural pragmatism; a paper studying the impact of climate-related patent approvals on financial markets; and a study estimating private value of patents by technology and ownership status by using patent renewal information.

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