In the Series

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Why Global Innovation Supply Chains Are Going Local

The changing geographies of research and innovation — and the implications for Canada
  • David Wolfe

Rethinking Trade and Innovation for the Digital Age

Original thinking about the theoretical landscape for national strategies that extends beyond new institutional economics
  • Brian Kahin

Modern Free Trade Agreements Are Not About Free Trade

Free trade, intellectual property and the political economy of discourse
  • Blayne Haggart

A New Name for Modern Trade Deals: Asset Value Protection Agreements

An alternative view of twenty-first-century economic partnership pacts

Is It Time to Redesign or Terminate Investor-State Arbitration?

A clean break is needed to restore trust, but these stiff tests must be met
  • Gus Van Harten

How Trolls Are Stifling Innovators, Gamers and Netflix Junkies

Copyright policy in the public interest
  • Michael Geist

After Failing to Commercialize, Universities Learn to Set Ideas Free

How academic institutions can effectively leverage intellectual property

Universities Are Failing to Equip Entrepreneurs for Patent Battles

How to design a 2.0 intellectual property curriculum

The Midas Conundrum

Why less can be more when it comes to intellectual property protection

Are Patents Really Necessary?

The trade-off between incentives for inventors and deadweight losses for the economy from granting monopolies

Cleantech and the Competitive Advantage of Nations

Ambition, not just innovation, is needed to develop commercially viable solutions with the potential to scale globally
  • Leah Lawrence

Canada Has a Scale-up Problem, Not a Start-up Problem

In a knowledge economy, countries that work hand in glove with their technology companies will see the greatest economic returns
  • Benjamin Bergen

Why Canada Needs a Sovereign Patent Fund

South Korea, Japan and France have set an example others can follow
  • Warren Clarke

How Small Open Economies Can Leverage the Trade in Ideas

New thinking on innovation, trade and productivity

Toward an Optimal Patent Regime for Canada

For all but the largest countries, national patent regimes do little to promote innovation

Why the $125-billion Stimulus Fund Must Include Digital Infrastructure

Innovating to alleviate public service pain points and enable agile procurement will do more to deliver prosperity than simply pouring more concrete
  • Neil Desai

How the G20 Can Stimulate Innovation

As fresh evidence emerges of a link between uncertainty and business pullback from research and development, here are four steps nations can take to unlock investment