Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property at a US Research University

Professor Shubha Ghosh (Professor of Law, Honorary Fellow & Associate Director, INSITE, University of Wisconsin Law)

CA113, J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics 11:00 :: 6th August 2009

Shubha Ghosh is a Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School and Associate Director at INSITE. His scholarship and teaching are in the areas of intellectual property theory and policy, competition policy, legal theory, and institutional analysis of markets and legal institutions. Professor Ghosh has published over fifty scholarly articles, book chapters, books, and commentaries. Publishers of his work include, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Business Law, Oregon Law Review, International Review of Law and Economics, San Diego Law Review, Florida Law Review, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Tulane Law Review, Case Western Law Review, Berkeley Technology Law Review, Law & Policy, Buffalo Law Review, Illinois Law Review, The MIT Press, and Cambridge University Press. Most recently, he is the co-author of two legal casebooks: Intellectual Property in Business Organizations (Lexis-Nexis 2006) and Intellectual Property: Private Rights, Public Interest, and The Regulation of Creative Activity (Thomson West 2007). He is under contract to write Global Issues in Patent Law (with Thomson West) and Understanding Agency and Partnership (with Lexis-Nexis). He is currently working on a scholarly book on the role of markets and intellectual property related institutions in international trade and development that synthesizes his scholarly articles.

 
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