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TheGuardian, “Where Next for Scientific Advice in Europe?”

James Wilsdon, professor of science and democracy in the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex, Rob Doubleday, executive director of the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) at the University of Cambridge, and James Hynard, researcher at the Centre for Science and Policy, publish an article on The Guardian’s Science blog network on Where Next for Scientific Advice in Europe?. The article draws on the conclusions reached at the High-Level Summit on Future Directions for Scientific Advice in Europe, convened by the Lisbon Council and the European Commission in Brussels.

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Formiche,“Ecco la Partita che la Cina sta Giocando al WTO”

Formiche, an Italian magazine cites “China’s Dangerous Digital Agenda”, an op-ed on Project Syndicate written by Paul Hofheinz, president and executive director of the Lisbon Council, and Robert D. Atkinson, founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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Infojustice.org, “Lisbon Council Report Examines the Relationship Between Copyright Exceptions and Economic Growth”

Infojustice.org, reports on the findings of The 2015 Intellectual Property and Economic Growth Index: Measuring the Impact of Exceptions and Limitations in Copyright on Growth, Jobs and Prosperity, a new Lisbon Council policy brief.

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Kennisland, “Lisbon Council: Flexible Copyright is Good for Economic Growth”

Paul Keller, managing director of Kennisland, a premier Dutch knowledge-economy and society think tank, analyses the findings of The 2015 Intellectual Property and Economic Growth Index: Measuring the Impact of Exceptions and Limitations in Copyright on Growth, Jobs and Prosperity, a new Lisbon Council policy brief. He writes: “The 2015 Intellectual Property and Economic Growth Index is a welcome and very timely attempt to provide more evidence.”

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Die Welt, “Wie Saniert Man einen Staat?”

Alessandro Leipold, chief economist of the Lisbon Council and former acting director of the European department at the International Monetary Fund, comments on the Greek crisis.

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Het Financieele Dagblad, “Strenge Wetgeving Rond Copyright Remt Economische Groei”

Het Financieele Dagblad reports on the findings of The 2015 Intellectual Property and Economic Growth Index: Measuring the Impact of Exceptions and Limitations in Copyright on Growth, Jobs and Prosperity, a new Lisbon Council policy brief. It writes: “The strict protection of copyright in the Netherlands puts a brake on economic growth.”

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EurActiv, “Beijing Calls for New ‘Silk Road’ Between China and Europe”

EurActiv quotes from “China’s Dangerous Digital Agenda”, an op-ed published on Project Syndicate by Paul Hofheinz, president and executive director of the Lisbon Council and Robert D. Atkinson, founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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