Are regulations needed to increase IP market transparency?
While IP is an increasingly sought-after commodity, as emphasized by the gaudy $4.5 billion price tag from the Nortel patent auction, more work needs to be done before efficient IP markets become a reality
Liina Tonisson, a researcher at the Fraunhofer MOEZ Institute in Leipzig, told Managing IP that there are three main problems in the IP market: asset liquidity, IP homogeneity and valuation uncertainty.
According to Tonisson and her colleague Lutz Maicher, the...
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