July 17, 2013 Editor 0
The Social Science Research Network posted an article by Clark Asay which discusses to what extent patents actually threaten open innovation communities. Previous assessments often treat open innovation communities monolithically in terms of patent risk, but open innovation communities typically consist of a broad spectrum of participants with distinct risk profiles. This article disaggregates open innovation communities and assesses the actual risks that patents pose to different categories of participants in open innovation communities.
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