Dr. Birgit E. Will

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Career

  • Born April 4th, 1975 in Munich, Germany.

  • Studies in Business Administration, University of Saarland, Saarbrücken (Diploma 2002).

  • PhD in Economics (Dr. rer. pol.) in February 2008.

  • Researcher at the Center for the Study of Law and Economics since December 2002.

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Research Interests

  • Antitrust Economics

  • Intellectual Property

  • Law and Economics

  • Managerial Economics

  • Game Theory

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Publications

Articles in refereed journals:

  • Kirstein, R./Will, B. (2006): Efficient Compensation for Employees' Inventions, European Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 21, p. 129-148.

  • Will, B./Kirstein, R. (2004): Effiziente Vergütung von Arbeitnehmererfindungen. Eine ökonomische Analyse einer deutschen Gesetzesreform, Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft, Ergänzungsheft Bd. 4, p. 25-49.

Discussion Papers:

  • Will, B.E./Schmidtchen, D: Fighting Cartels: Some Economics of Council Regulation (EC) 1/2003, CSLE Discussion Paper Series No. 2008-02, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken.

  • Dieter Schmidtchen/Christian Koboldt/Jenny Monheim/Birgit E. Will/Georg Haas (2007): The Internalisation of External Costs in Transport: From the Polluter Pays to the Cheapest Cost Avoider Principle, CSLE Discussion Paper Series No. 2007-03, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken.

  • Kirstein, R./Will, B. (2003): Efficient Compensation for Employees' Inventions. CSLE Discussion Paper No. 2003-03.

  • Will, B./Kirstein, R. (2002): Effiziente Vergütung von Arbeitnehmererfindungen. Eine ökonomische Analyse einer deutschen Gesetzesreform. CSLE Discussion Paper Nr. 2002-12.

  • Will, B./Kirstein, R. (2002): Efficient Compensation for Employees' Inventions. An Economic Analysis of a Legal Reform in Germany. CSLE Discussion Paper Nr. 2002-08.

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