Mark Rogers is Economics Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford and is Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre. His research interests include empirical analysis of economic growth, innovation and productivity, with a specific focus on the role of knowledge and intellectual property. He recently published a book entitled Knowledge, Technological Catch-up and Economic Growth and completed a research project on intangible assets in the service sector. Prior to academia, he worked for an international bank and also started two small businesses.
Papers Published in World Economics:
The Economics of Copyright