Dan Prud’homme is an associate professor at EMLV Business School. He is also a non-resident research associate at Duke University's Kunshan, China campus. Previously, for a year after his doctoral studies, Dan was a visiting research fellow and a teaching fellow at University of Oxford (UK). Prior to joining academia, he worked in the private sector in Beijing and Shanghai, China. He also consulted for the World Bank, European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China's State Intellectual Property Office (now CNIPA), and the European Commission. Dan holds a PhD from Macquarie Graduate School of Management (Sydney, Australia) (2017) and graduate degrees in law and public policy. His research interests are intellectual property, innovation, law & economics, strategic management, global strategy and international business, and business in China. His research has been cited by the Financial Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, Associated Press, Washington Post, and other news outlets in multiple languages.
Articles de journaux
Managing risks from "forced" technology transfer in emerging markets: The case of China Article de journal
Journal of International Management, 25 , p. 1-14, 2019.
Re-conceptualizing intellectual property regimes in international business research: Foreign-friendliness paradoxes facing MNCs in China Article de journal
Journal of Word Business , 54 , p. 399-419, 2019.
3 myths about China's IP regime Article de journal
Harvard Business Review , 2019.
The changing face of innovation in China Article de journal
MIT Sloan Management Review, 59 , p. 24-32, 2018.
“Forced technology transfer” policies: workings in China and strategic implications. Article de journal
Technological Forecasting & Social Change , 134 , p. 150-168, 2018.
Utility model patent regime “strength” and technological development: experiences of China and other East Asian latecomers. Article de journal
China Economic Review , 42 , p. 50-73, 2017.
Dynamics of China’s provincial-level specialization in strategic emerging industries Article de journal
Research Policy , 45 , p. 1586-1603, 2016.
Forecasting threats and opportunities for foreign innovators in China’s strategic emerging industries: a policy-based analysis. Article de journal
Thunderbird International Business Review , 58 , p. 103-115, 2016.
China's Intellectual Property Regime for Innovation: Risks to Business and National Development Livre
Springer , 2019.
Economic Impacts of Intellectual Property-Conditioned Government Incentives Livre
Springer , 2016.
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