Marcus Holgersson is currently a visiting researcher at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, USA.
UC Berkeley, typically ranked as the top public university in the US, has a very strong track record within intellectual property related research across many disciplines, such as law, economics, and management. The university houses prominent scholars such as Henry Chesbrough, Bronwyn Hall, Robert Merges, David Mowery, Carl Shapiro, and David Teece, just to name a few of the ones who have made important contributions to the IP field.
Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley has a strong tradition in studying the management and economics of innovation in general, and open innovation, IP management, and business models more specifically.
Marcus says: “During my stay here I hope to develop my network of academic colleagues across the world, learn from some of the most insightful scholars in the field, and develop my own research on IP management in relation to open innovation and digitalization.”