CEIPI's study on Compulsory Licensing of Intellectual Property rights for the European Commission, co-written with Impact Licensing Initiative and ECORYS Nederland B.V. has just been published.
The study’s main objective is to assist the European Commission in defining potential problems as regards compulsory licensing in the European Union as well as to identify and assess a number of policy options to improve coherence and effectiveness of the compulsory licensing system as applied in the EU.
This study was written by Julie Dagher and Natasha Mangal from CEIPI, Bruno Vandermeulen from Impact Licensing Initiative, Rémy Guichardaz and Samuel Ligonniere from BETA, Nga Nguyen, PhD and Roel Peeters from ECORYS Nederland B.V.
Many thanks to the national experts and the interviewees for their collaboration, and to the European Commission : Virginie Fossoul and Denis Dambois for their trust.
The report can be read and downloaded here :