Commerce, Innovation and Intellectual Property
Technology continues to challenge consumer rights, intellectual property, and innovation policy. And emerging forms of commerce, based on new financial technologies—like the crypto-currency Bitcoin—are revolutionizing business. Our research explores the law, policy, and ethical dimensions of these changes.
- E-Commerce and Consumer Protection
- Intellectual Property
- FinTech and Crypto-Currencies
- Smart Cities
- Guibault, L., Intellectual Property and Culture (June 19, 2018). in A. Kamperman-Sanders, A. Ramalho, C. Mulder, Anke Moerland - Dahrendorf (eds.), Introduction to Intellectual Property and Knowledge Management, Univ. Maastricht, 2018 Forthcoming.
- Guibault, L. & Schroff, S. Extended Collective Licensing for the Use of Out-of-Commerce Works in Europe: A Matter of Legitimacy Vis-à-Vis Rights Holders, IIC (2018) 49: 916.
- Guibault, L., Individual Licensing Models and Consumer Protection (January 11, 2016). Chapter 13. Individual Licensing Models and Consumer Protection,’ in R.M. Hilty and K.-C. Liu (eds.), Exploring Sensible Ways for Paying Copyright Owners?, Berlin/Heidelberg, Springer, 2016.
- Handke, Christian and Guibault, Lucie and Vallbé, Joan-Josep, Is Europe Falling Behind in Data Mining? Copyright's Impact on Data Mining in Academic Research (June 7, 2015).
- Wiebe, Andreas and Guibault, L. (eds.), Safe to Be Open: Study on the Protection of Research Data and Recommendations for Access and Usage, University of Göttingen Press, (2013).