Publications in Yearbook 2018

Conference Paper

  1. 101.
    Sutterer, M.: Der Verordnungsvorschlag COM(2016) 594 final - das Ursprungslandprinzip und seine Auswirkungen auf Rechtevergabe und Rechtsdurchsetzung. In: Immaterialgüter und Digitalisierung - Junge Wissenschaft zum Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz, Urheber- und Medienrecht: 2. Assistententagung Grüner Bereich, Freiburg 2017, pp. 145 - 162 (Eds. Hennemann, M.; Sattler, A.). 2. Assistententagung Grüner Bereich, Freiburg im Breisgau. Nomos, Baden-Baden (2017)

Working Paper

  1. 102.
    Brandl, B.; Hornuf, L.: Where Did Fintechs Come from, and Where Do They Go? The Transformation of the Financial Industry in Germany after Digitalization. (2017), 25 pp.
  2. 103.
    Cumming, D.; Hornuf, L.: Marketplace Lending of SMEs. (2017), 39 pp.
  3. 104.
    Dorner, M.; Harhoff, D.: A Novel Technology-Industry Concordance Table Based on Linked Inventor-Establishment Data. Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper No. 17-10 (2017), 35 pp.
  4. 105.
    Dorner, M.; Harhoff, D.: A Novel Technology-Industry Concordance Table Based on Linked Inventor-Establishment Data. FDZ-Methodenreport 07/2017 (2017), 37 pp.
  5. 106.
    Finck, M.: Blockchains and Data Protection in the European Union. Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 18-01 (2017), 31 pp.
  6. 107.
    Fischer, S.; Kleine, M.; Zizzo, D. J.: The Effect of Compliance Time in Patent Examination: An Experimental Study. Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 17-05 (2017), 42 pp.
  7. 108.
    Gaessler, F.; Lefouili, Y.: What to Buy When Forum Shopping? Analyzing Court Selection in Patent Litigation. TSE Working Paper No. 17-775 (2017), 53 pp.
  8. 109.
    Geiger, C.; Schönherr, F.: Consumers’ frequently asked questions (FAQs) on Copyright - a summary report - Study for the European Observatory on Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights of the EUIPO. (2017)
  9. 110.
    Geiger, C.; Machado Pontes, L.: Trade Mark Registration, Public Policy, Morality and Fundamental Rights. Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) Research Paper No. 2017-01 (2017), 29 pp.
  10. 111.
    Hall, B. H.; Helmers, C.; von Graevenitz, G.: Technology Entry in the Presence of Patent Thickets. NBER Working Paper No. 22455 (2017), 23 + 21 pp.
  11. 112.
    Hornuf, L.; Rieger, M. O.: Can Television Reduce Xenophobia? The Case of East Germany. CESifo Working Paper No. 6632 (2017), 30 pp.
  12. 113.
    Kochupillai, M.: Patentability Criteria and the ‘Utility’ of Section 3(D): From 'Strong' IP Regimes to 'Stronger' R&D Regimes. (2017)
  13. 114.
    Kochupillai, M.: Market Failure As a Justification Against Intellectual Property Protection in Plant Varieties: An Empirical Study from India. (2017)
  14. 115.
    Kochupillai, M.: Mixed Methods Research: Assessing its Utility for Multi-disciplinary and Empirical Legal Research. (2017)
  15. 116.
    Mueller-Langer, F.; Fecher, B.; Harhoff, D.; Wagner, G. G.: The Economics of Replication. Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 17-03 (2017), 25 pp.
  16. 117.
    Ullrich, H.: FRAND Access to Open Standards and the Patent Exclusivity: Restating the Principles. Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 17-04 (2017), 48 pp.

Newspaper Article

  1. 118.
    Harhoff, D.; Schnitzer, M.: Digitale Wüste in deutschen Amtsstuben. Deutschland ist ein E-Government-Entwicklungsland. Handelsblatt (210), p. 20 (2017)
  2. 119.
    Hilty, R. M.: Daten zu verkaufen – Die Politik will Eigentumsrechte schaffen und Informationen zum handelbaren Gut machen – ein riskanter Vorstoß. Süddeutsche Zeitung (2017)

Case Note

  1. 120.
    Botta, M.: The Ruling of the Court of Justice in Genentech – The Arbitrability Paradox in EU Competition Law. . IIC - international review of intellectual property and competition law 48 (2), pp. 235 - 244 (2017)
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