USPTO chief economist to quantify IP value
Stuart Graham, the USPTO’s chief economist, has launched an economic research agenda to measure the effect of IP on the US economy
Graham made his announcement during a conference held yesterday at the USPTO, titled "Intellectual Property and the Innovation Economy".
The position of chief economist was created by the Bush administration, when a member of the White House's National Economic Council...
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