Brian Kahin, Knowledge Markets in Cyberspace?, in The Multiple Faces of Globalization. Madrid: BBVA, 2009

CCIA Amicus Brief in Support of USPTO, Bilski v. Kappos, U.S. Supreme Court, October 2, 2009

Susana Borrás and Brian Kahin, Patent Reform in Europe and the United States, Science and Public Policy, vol. 36 no. 8, October 2009.

Brian Kahin, Beyond the Box: Innovation Policy in an Innovation-Driven Economy, Science Progress, July 2009

CCIA Comments to the European Patent Office on Patentability of Computer Programs, April 30, 2009 (submitted by Ed Black)

Brian Kahin, The Patent Ecosystem in IT: Business Practice and Arbitrage, submission to the Federal Trade Commission, based on presentation at FTC hearings, “The Evolving IP Marketplace,” December 5, 2008

Robert Hunt and Brian Kahin, Reexamining the Patent System, Issues in Science and Technology, Fall 2008

Amicus Brief of CCIA before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit sitting en banc, In re Bilski, April 7, 2008 (submitted by Matthew Schruers)

Huffington Post Blog:

Microsoft Roils the World with FAT Patents March 6, 2009

NPEs and Abstract Patents January 8, 2009

The Patent Bubble… Still Growing September 26, 2008

Under the Radar: Two Tales from the Secret Life of Patents July 25, 2008

Patents for All: The System that Could Not Contain Itself June 10, 2008

At the Heart of the Knowledge Economy: Should Patents Be Limited To Technology? May 6, 2008

Too Many Patents? How Patent Inflation Plagues Information Technology February 7, 2008

Amicus Brief of CCIA in Quanta Computer v. LG Electronics, U.S. Supreme Court, Docket No. 06-937, November 2007

Brian Kahin, “Common and Uncommon Knowledge: Reducing Conflict between Standards and Patents,” revised version, Laura DeNardis, ed., Opening Standards: The Global Politics of Interoperability, NYU Press, 2009 (forthcoming)

Brian Kahin, “Reformers must alter one-size-fits-all patents,” C|NET News, July 18, 2007

Brian Kahin, “Cyberinfrastructure and Innovation Policy,” First Monday, Vol. 12, No. 6, June 2007

Brian Kahin and Steven J. Jackson, eds., Cyberinfrastructure for Collaboration and Innovation, special conference issue of First Monday, Vol. 12, No. 6, June 2007

Brian Kahin, “Patents and Diversity in Innovation,” Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, Vol. 13 No. 2, pp 389-399, Winter 2007

Brian Kahin, Patent Reform for a Digital Economy, CCIA white paper, November 2006

Amicus Brief filed on behalf of CCIA in KSR International v. Teleflex, U.S. Supreme Court, Docket No. 04-1350, August 2006

Brian Kahin, “Perspective: How Washington Reinvented Invention,” C|NET News, April 5, 2006

Brian Kahin, “Common and Uncommon Knowledge: Reducing Conflict between Standards and Patents” in Sherrie Bolin, ed., The Standards Edge: Golden Mean, 2007 [see revised version above]

Amicus Brief filed on behalf of CCIA in Laboratory Corp. of America v. Metabolite Laboratories, U.S. Supreme Court, Docket No. 04-607, December 2005 [principal author]

Amicus Briefs filed on behalf of CCIA in eBay v. MercExchange, U.S Supreme Court, Docket No. 05-130, September 2005 (petition for certiorari) and January 2006 (merits). [principal author]

Brian Kahin, “Prospects for Knowledge Policy,” Dominique Foray and Brian Kahin, eds., Advancing Knowledge and the Knowledge Economy, MIT Press, 2006

Dominique Foray and Brian Kahin, eds., Advancing Knowledge and the Knowledge Economy, MIT Press, 2006

Brian Kahin, “Software Is Not an Industry,” Managing Intellectual Property, April 2005

William Dutton, Brian Kahin, Ramon O’Callaghan, & Andrew Wyckoff, eds., Transforming Enterprise, MIT Press 2004

Brian Kahin, “Through the Lens of Intangibles,” in Patents, Innovation and Economic Performance, OECD 2004

Brian Kahin, “Why Europe Should Be Wary of Software Patents,” Managing Intellectual Property, December 2003

Paul A. David, Bronwyn H. Hall, Brian Kahin, and W. Edward Steinmueller,  “A critique of the Rapporteur’s Explanatory Statement accompanying the JURI Report to the European Parliament on the proposed Directive on the Patentability of Computer-Implemented Inventions,” August 2003

Brian Kahin, “Codification in Context,” in Sandra Braman, ed., The Emergent Global Information Policy Regime, Palgrave, 2003

Brian Kahin, “Information process patents in the U.S. and Europe: Policy avoidance and policy divergence,” First Monday, volume 8, number 3, March 2003

Brian Kahin, “The Paradox of Private Regulation: Business, Economic, and Political Effects of Patents on Information Processes,” Green/EFA conference, “Is Software Patentability Necessary?” European Parliament, November 26, 2002

Brian Kahin, “What’s Wrong with the Development of Intellectual Property Policy?” Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Berlin, November 8, 2002; translated and published as “Auf dem Holzweg: Was läuft schief in der Politik zum, ‘geistigen Eigentum’?” c’t, 1/2003, pp. 74-79

Brian Kahin, invited testimony, Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission Hearings on Competition and Intellectual Property Law and Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy, March 19, 2002

Brian Kahin, “Making Policy by Solicitation: The Outsourcing of .us,” July 16, 2001, white paper

Brian Kahin, “The Expansion of the Patent System: Politics and Political Economy,” First Monday, volume 6, number 1, January 2001

Brian Kahin, Comments in response to “The Patentability of Computer-Implemented Inventions,” Consultation Paper by the Directorate General for the Internal Market, December 15, 2000

Erik Brynjolfsson and Brian Kahin, eds., Understanding the Digital Economy, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000

Brian Kahin and Hal Varian, eds., Internet Publishing and Beyond, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000

Brian Kahin, “A Plan for .us: The Digital Opportunity Trust,” June 2000, white paper prepared for the Alliance for Community Technology and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Brian Kahin, “Information Transformed,” Lazerow Lecture, University of Pittsburgh, November 9, 1999

Brian Kahin, “Convergence, Value and Change,” in Anne Leer, Masters of the Wired World, London: Financial Times/Pitman Publishing, 1998, adapted from “The Internet Business and Policy Landscape” (below).

Brian Kahin, “Beyond the National Information Infrastructure Initiative,” in Lewis M. Branscomb and James H. Keller, eds., Investing in Innovation, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997.

Brian Kahin and James Keller, eds., Coordinating the Internet, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997.

Brian Kahin, “The Internet Business and Policy Landscape,” in The Internet as Paradigm, Aspen Institute for Information Studies, 1997, reprinted in Jahrbuch Telekommunikation und Gesellschaft 1997, Heidelberg: R. v. Decker, revised as “Convergence, Value and Change,” above.

Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson, eds., Borders in Cyberspace: Information Policy and the Global Information Infrastructure, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997.

Brian Kahin and Ernest Wilson, eds., National Information Infrastructure Initiatives: Vision and Policy Design, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1996.

Brian Kahin and Bruce McConnell, “Towards a Public Metanetwork: Interconnection, Leveraging and Privatization of Government-Funded Networks in the United States,” in Eli Noam and Aine Nishuilleabhain, eds., Private Networks Public Objectives, Elsevier North Holland: N.p., 1996.

Brian Kahin and Kate Arms, eds., Electronic Commerce for Content: Forum on Technology-Based Intellectual Property Management, IMA Intellectual Property Proceedings, Volume 2, 1996.

Brian Kahin, “Auctioning Global Namespace: A New Form of Intellectual Property, a New Vision of Universal Service,” Cyberspace Lawyer, June 1996. Based on a presentation to the CIX/Internet Society workshop on Internet Administrative Infrastructure, Washington, DC, February 2, 1996

Brian Kahin, editor, Special Issue on Interoperability, Information Infrastructure and Policy, Vol. 4 No. 4, 1995

Brian Kahin and Lewis M. Branscomb, “Standards Processes and Objectives for the National Information Infrastructure,” in Brian Kahin and Janet Abbate, eds., Standards Policy for Information Infrastructure, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995.

Brian Kahin and James Keller, eds., Public Access to the Internet. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995.

Brian Kahin and Janet Abbate, eds., Standards Policy for Information Infrastructure, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995.

Brian Kahin, “The Internet and the National Information Infrastructure,” in Brian Kahin and James Keller, eds., Public Access to the Internet, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995.

Brian Kahin, “A Cooperative Framework for Enhancing Research Communications in Science and Technology,” Serials Review, volume 20, number 3 (1994).

Brian Kahin, “Networks, Standards, and Intellectual Property: The Fabric of Information Infrastructure,” in 20/20 Vision, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, 1994.

Brian Kahin, “Developing the Digital Library: Institutional, Legal, and Policy Issues,” in Stephanie Kenna and Seamus Ross, eds., Networking in the Humanities: Proceedings of the Second Conference on Scholarship and Technology in the Humanities, London: Bowker Saur, 1994; in Teresa Harrison and Timothy Stephens, eds., Computer Networks and Scholarly Communications in the 21st Century University, SUNY Press, 1996; and as “Institutional and Policy Issues in the Development of the Digital Library” in The Journal of Electronic Publishing,January 1995.

Brian Kahin, “The Strategic Environment for Protecting Multimedia,” IMA Intellectual Property Project Proceedings, Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1994. [Proceedings of IMA/Harvard/MIT/CNI workshop, “Technological Strategies for Protecting Intellectual Property in the Networked Multimedia Environment,” Cambridge, MA, April 1993].

Brian Kahin, “Information Technology and Information Infrastructure,” in Lewis M. Branscomb, ed., Empowering Technology: Implementing a U.S. Policy, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1993.

Brian Kahin and Lewis M. Branscomb, “The National Infrastructure: Governance and Funding,” in Barbara Evans Markuson, ed., Networks for Networkers II, Neal-Schumann, 1993.

Brian Kahin, ed., Information Infrastructure Sourcebook, Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government & Harvard Office for Information Technology, 1993-1995. (five versions)

Brian Kahin, “CALS in Context,” CALS Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 1993.

Brian Kahin, “Scholarly Communication in the Networked Environment: Issues of Principle, Policy, and Practice,” The Electronic Library, Vol. 10, No. 5, October 1992. Republished in Robin P. Peek and Gregory B. Newby, eds., Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, Cambridge: ASIS/MIT Press, 1995.

Brian Kahin, “The NREN as Information Market: Dynamics of Public, Private and Academic Publishing,” in Brian Kahin, ed., Building Information Infrastructure, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992.

Brian Kahin, ed., Building Information Infrastructure, New York: McGraw-Hill Primis, 1992.

Brian Kahin, “Libraries and Information Infrastructure,” Council on Library Resources Discussion Paper, January 1992.

Brian Kahin, “Information Policy and the Internet: Toward a U.S. Public Information Infrastructure,” Government Publications Review, Vol. 18, No. 6, September/October 1991. Winner of Bernard M. Frye Prize for 1991 (Pergamon Press).

Brian Kahin, “Commercialization of the Internet.” Summary Report, Science, Technology and Public Policy Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, September 1990; published by the Internet Activities Board as RFC 1192.

Brian Kahin, “The Software Patent Crisis,” Technology Review, April 1990.

Brian Kahin, “The Impact of Software Patents,” EDUCOM Review, Vol. 24 No. 4, Winter 1989

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