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IP Literature Watch: March 2023

March 30, 2023
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In this month’s IP Literature Watch we include a working paper showing that filing behavior is predictable and is related to both the ability to fly below the radar and the benefits of withholding information; a paper contributing to the literature on innovation policies and institutional theory on conditions for effective institutional changes; a paper demonstrating that new technologies such as  artificial intelligence, blockchain, non-fungible tokens, quantum computing, virtual currencies, and others present novel challenges to IP law; a paper exploring the possibilities and limitations that a European patent with unitary effect can potentially give to organizations concerning the innovative solutions they obtain within their projects; an article analyzing the markets for digital artworks and show that NFTs could potentially address the most pressing and long-lasting dilemma of art and the digital world; a chapter discussing ways in which ways in which legal academics understand the negotiating environment in Geneva in which international intellectual property legal norms are developed; and a paper investigating if firms’ green innovation efforts are reflected in their stock market prices.

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