Laurie Ciaramella, Ph.D candidate with a thesis co-supervised by Catalina Martinez (IPP), wins an international award

Laurie Ciaramella, Ph.D candidate in CERNA, Mines Paristech, since October 2014, with a thesis on markets for technologies and patents co-supervised by Yann Ménière (Chief Economist of the European Patent Office) and Catalina Martínez (Institute of Public Goods and Services), has been awarded the Bent Dalum PhD Award 2017 for the most promising and innovative research project, Druid Academy for PhD students 2017, Odense, Denmark, with the paper, part of her thesis, "On the International Changes of Patent Ownership: Strategic Relocation and Patent Boxes."