Sharing innovative and best-practice approaches for teaching Intellectual Property Management: A workshop report
Conference contribution, 2017

Intellectual property (IP) assets and intellectual property rights (IPRs) are central for many firms’ competitiveness, especially in technology-based businesses but also in other types of businesses. It is therefore of key importance to equip future technology and business leaders (i.e., the students of today) with knowledge about how to manage IP and IPRs, which has been acknowledged in an increasing number of courses and programs on IP management worldwide (including at Queen Mary University of London and at Chalmers University of Technology). However, IP management is a challenging subject to teach, especially due to its interdisciplinary character. IP management teaching often needs to combine knowledge from different areas on studies, including management, economics, law, and technology. The fact that it is a fairly new subject in its own right also makes it challenging since there is a lack of well-developed course materials and course designs.

innovation

teaching

pedagogy

education

intellectual property right

patent

intellectual property management

Author

Marcus Holgersson

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Entrepreneurship and Strategy

Frank Tietze

University of Cambridge

World Patent Information

0172-2190 (ISSN)

Vol. 49 75-76

Subject Categories

Law

Economics and Business

Business Administration

Law (excluding Law and Society)

Driving Forces

Innovation and entrepreneurship

Learning and teaching

Pedagogical work

DOI

10.1016/j.wpi.2017.02.004

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