WIPO is launching a series of seminars on “The Economics of Intellectual Property” on March 26, 2010. The event will feature leading economists from around the world and is designed to stimulate and inform international debate on the linkages between intellectual property and development. Could be interesting for some of us.
This week, five economists are coming: Keith Maskus, Colorado, Brownyn Hall, Berkeley, Keun Lee, Seoul, José Tavera Colugna, Perú, and Francois P. Kabore, American University. The roundtable will be chaired by WIPO’s Chief Economist, Carsten Fink and begins at 3PM. Will they offer pizza and beer? Check this link for more details.