Gold, E. Richard. "The fall of the innovation empire and its possible rise through open science." Research Policy 50.5 (2021): 104226

The article explores the role that open science partnerships – public-private partnerships based on open access publications, open data and materials, and the avoidance of restrictive forms of intellectual property – can play in increasing the efficiency of the innovation system.

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The implementation of the principles of Open Science, such as with regard to intellectual property rights management, is likely to drive innovation, productivity and applications based on recent research findings, since Open Access can remove barriers to cross-organizational partnerships and collaborations.