Rome (IT), May 10, 2019 – Niccolò Galli, ESR 3, spoke at the Università Europea di Roma within the series of seminars organised by Professor Valeria Falce’s Jean Monnet Chair on EU Innovation Policy.

After selection by two independent reviewers, Niccolò presented his working paper titled Patent Aggregation Redefinitions and Taxonomy of Its Activities Useful for Competition Law. The paper, also available as EIPIN-IS Research Series No. 19-03, sets the stage of the ESR 3 research project. It analyses open innovation practices and actors of the electrical engineering industry that compose the patent aggregation phenomenon.

The seminar, dedicated to Rethinking the Internal Market Objective in the Light of Open Access and Open Innovation, also saw the presentation of Professor Roberto Caso’s paper The Darkest Hour: Private Information Control and the End of Democratic Science.

Niccolò benefitted of discussions with Professor Caso and the research team and students of Professor Falce.