Assuring Fair Access in Licensing of University Technology. Are there new strategies? Lita Nelsen Mass. Inst. of Tech. MATTO July, 2007. The Dilemma. Universities want to “do the right thing” in the licensing their technology— which should include assuring fair access
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Assuring Fair Access in Licensing of University Technology
Are there new strategies?
Mass. Inst. of Tech.
Analogous examples of consensus-forming in university/industry relations in:
“Products sold to the public sector of developing countries shall be sold at prices no higher than the marginal cost of manufacture and distribution, plus 10%, and royalties shall not be paid on these sales”
Full open sharing of materials and scientific cooperation was critical. What to do?
Modified from a proposal by Friedman et al. (Lancet 1/23/03)