Regulating Technological Innovation: A Multidisciplinary Approach by M. Heldeweg

Regulating Technological Innovation: A Multidisciplinary Approach

EditorM. Heldeweg, E. Kica

Hardcover | December 12, 2011

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Examining the regulatory issues of fostering technological innovation and its applicationsthis bookcombines legal, economic and administrative science perspectives. It answers important questions such as what type of regulatory framework would best fit the needs of technology and innovation developments?

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MICHIEL A. HELDEWEG Professor of Public Governance Law at the Department of Legal & Economic Governance Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands. In addition to this he is also an Honorary Judge for the District Court of Almelo, the Netherlands, Administrative Law Bench. His research interests focus on regulation and innovation ...
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Title:Regulating Technological Innovation: A Multidisciplinary ApproachFormat:HardcoverDimensions:248 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:December 12, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230363636

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Table of Contents

Introduction; M.A.Heldeweg& E.Kica
PART I: GENERAL ANALYSIS OF THE REGULATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION RELATIONSHIP
Regulation for Innovation: a Comparative Inquiry into a Regulatory Pair of Twins; A.Brack
Regulation, Technological Innovation and the Roots of Comparative Advantage; S.Donnelly
Legal Design of Smart Rules & Regimes: Regulating Innovation; M.Heldeweg
Regulating Technological Innovation Through Informal International Law: the Exercise of International Public Authority by Transnational Actors; R.Wessel
PART II: SPECIFIC EXEMPLARY AREAS AND CONNECTED ISSUES OF REGULATING TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
The Unlikely Emergence of Next Generation Networks in the Light of Prevailing Tele-com Regulation; L.Broos
Deutsche Telekom and Pacific Bell v LinkLine: Does Competition Law Have a Place in Regulated Industries? M.Holterman
Is Europe Turning into a 'Technological Fortress'? Innovation and Technology for the Management of EU’s External Borders: Reflections on FRONTEX and EUROSUR; L.Marin
Regulating Public-private Modalities for Organising Technological Innovations in the Energy Sector; M.Sanders
PART III: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION: REGULATORY ISSUES, ACTORS AND PATENTS
Transnational Regulation of Nanotechnology: Institutional Diversity in Agenda Setting and State Support; N.Chowdhury
The European Patent System: Emerging Technologies, the Patent Quality Challenge and Mechanisms to Deal with it; E.Kica
Regulatory and Policy Impact on the Use of Existing Patents to Enhance Technological Innovation in the Single Market of the European Union; V.Rodriguez
Conclusion; M.Heldeweg& E.Kica