Aqui vuelve la sección para los deseosos de literatura intelectualera porque no tienen suficiente con las noticias y en sus despachos no les dan suficiente trabajo:

La primera recomendación es, para que nos vamos a engañar, un poco rara (al menos para mi). Se trata de un «Conceptual Study on Innovation, Intellectual Property and the Informal Economy«. Según leo en IP Watch, «the study found that a number of sectors are involved in the informal economy, he said, such as goods, services, agricultural or manufacturing activities. Beyond economics, there is a strong social dimension in the informal economy, which is an important contributor in terms of growth and employment to most developing countries, he added. A lot of innovation in the informal economy is taking place in an environment of scarcity and constraints, he said, where people are trying to overcome a number of barriers to innovating. Innovation in that context is rarely driven by formal research and development, but more by using and adapting existing knowledge to circumvent problems and provide solutions answering customers’ needs and requests«.

Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) ha publicado una guia para la implementación de la Directiva 2012/28 sobre obras huerfanas: “The guide makes recommendations for libraries for implementation in EIFL partner countries that are members of the EU, and advises libraries in EIFL partner countries with EU bilateral agreements on crafting solutions that best meet their local circumstances and capacity,”

Y para concluir el siempre recomendable Patent Litigation Survey de PWC, centrado en Estados Unidos, y que puede servir para entender bien, entre otras cuestiones, el problema de los patent trolls y las propuestas para intentar reducir el problema.

Y, mientras leeis estos interesantes informes, DJ Sebitas os recomienda acompañarlos con: esto, esto y esto.

Abrazos,

Aurelius

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