CALL for participation
(Apologies for cross postings)
DIME - DRUID Fundamental
on Open and Proprietary Innovation
limitations of the open source models of innovation and the role of
intellectual property rights
June 17, 2008,
See the full call at the
Fundamental web site:
(if the above links do
not work, please copy and paste it into your
The Fundamental is held
in conjunction with the DRUID celebration conference: http://www.druid.dk/celebration2008
Arora (Carnegie Mellon University).
(BostonUniversity and Research on
Paul David (StanfordUniversity and
Oxford Internet Institute)
Gambardella (Università Commerciale "Luigi
(University of Munich)
(MunichUniversity of Technology).
Georg von Krogh (ETH
Sonali Shah (University of
from the call
The Fundamental is open
at no additional costs for DRUID conference participants. There is
no fee for those wishing to participate in the Fundamental alone.
Registration of such can take place by emailing
~ Participants who have
registered for the Fundamental are invited to submit papers sending an
email to ipr_oss.ino-wXr3Gg7y1Nc@public.gmane.org before the EXTENDED DEADLINE May 1th,
2008, so that they can be made available to everyone registered for
the Fundamental. Only original and not already published papers at a
reasonable standard will be accepted. The papers will be published
in the DIME IPR working
paper series and hosted on the Fundamental web site.
If the quality and the number of the submitted papers allow, the
best papers will also receive the opportunity to be presented at a
which will run during the
~ Papers submitted after
this deadline and before June 17th can be submitted to the DIME
working paper series on IPRs:
Andersen. Reader in the
Economics and Management of Innovation at the University of London, BirkbeckCollege, and
Visiting Professor at
the British Institute of
Technology and Ecommerce (BITE).
Lee Davis. Associate
Professor, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics,
and Research Fellow, Centre on Law, Economics and Financial
Institutions, both at the CopenhagenBusinessSchool, and a member of both
DIME and DRUID.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Innovation and
Organizational Economics, CopenhagenBusinessSchool.