Article of associate professor of RANEPA’s Institute of Business Studies joins top 10 most downloaded, according to SSRN data
The article of associate professor of RANEPA’s Institute of Business Studies, Dmitry Katalevsky, entitled “Global Seed Market, Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Untying the Gordian Knot” has become one of the most downloaded articles according to the SSRN academic article database.
The article was co-written with University College London law professor Ioannis Lianos and director of the HSE-Skolkovo Laboratory for Law and Development Alexey Ivanov. Since the moment of its placement on the database, over the course of the last two months, the work is among the top 10 most downloaded academic articles in the categories “Antitrust: Antitrust Law and Policy” and “Law & Economics”. This is shown by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), one of the world’s largest open electronic databases of academic articles and preprints in the social sciences.
This article carries out an analysis of the legal and economic aspects of regulating global supply chains of food and the turnover of high-yield seeds, the trends of sector consolidation, policies in the field of mergers and acquisitions for industry leaders: Monsanto, Syngenta, DuPont and others.
A printed version of the article was published in one of the leading international journals in the field of antitrust policy, Concurrences Review.
The full text of the article is accessible via the link.