Jindal Initiative on Research in IP and Competition (JIRICO) is an initiative of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU). It focuses on initiating and complementing well-informed policy-related deliberations that can result in concrete reforms. Towards this end, JIRICO seeks to become a leading think-tank that engages in interdisciplinary and high-impact work. This involves contributions from experts in the fields of intellectual property law, competition law, economics and management. Further, JIRICO will focus on global developments, with a special emphasis on the Indian policy environment, which can inform stakeholders about the issues in this niche area.JIRICO will provide a unique platform to facilitate dialogue among industry partners,policymakers, regulators, practitioners and academicians.Read more...
Over the years, at the O.P. Jindal Global University, we have developed a strong sense of commitment towards research and capacity building. Through collaborative efforts, the university has extended various initiatives with governmental and non-governmental organizations, academicians, foreign universities, lawmakers and practitioners representing the industry. Setting up the Jindal Initiative on Research in IP and Competition (JIRICO) is a step we had taken in this direction with the vision of bringing together stakeholders to inform policymaking by undertaking cutting-edge research at the interface of the niche fields of IP and competition. I congratulate the team and wish it success.
Prof. Dr. C. Raj Kumar
Prof. Indranath Gupta & Prof. Manveen Singh attended PatCon conference
at San Deigo.
Professor Avirup Bose and Professor Natasha Nayak, Assistant Professors
at JGLS have been awarded the 2018-2019 CPIP’s Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship award.
Workshop presentation on Protection of orphan works in India: A critical analysis by Dipesh Jain, Senior Research Analyst,JIRICO.
Professor Indranath Gupta attended the LEADERSHIPIP conference at Washington, D.C.
Prof. (Dr.) Indranath Gupta and Prof. (Dr.) Ashish Bhardwaj presented the paper on Where is the Woman Inventor in India? Exploring the Gender Dimension of Patents in India at the University of Exeter.
Prof. (Dr.) Ashish Bhardwaj presented the paper on Strategic Actions Speak Louder Than Words? A Framework for National IP Policy making(with Dr. Owais H. Shaikh) at the University of Exeter.
Seminar talk on "Fragmented Regulation and the Net-Neutrality Debate"
Venue: JIRICO Conference Room, JIRICO Office, O.P. Jindal Global University
Professor Indranath Gupta & Dipesh Jain attended the conference Back to
Basics: The Role of Property in the IP systems.
Prof. Indranath Gupta attended the conference.
Prof. Vishwas Devaiah made a presentation on The test of willingness in SEP cases: Lessons for India.
Prof. (Dr.) Ashish Bhardwaj presented the paper on Dynamics of Industrial R&D, Technological Innovation and IP: Evidence Based on New Survey Data from India at the University of Exeter.
Dr. Rossana Ducato gav a talk on Transparency by (Legal) Design in the Platform Economy.
Prof. Ashish Bharadwaj presented a paper on How Is India Innovating
Technologically And What's The Reliance On The Patent System?