Big Data Valuation: Assessing the Future Economic Benefit of Data through IP Valuation Approaches

Discussions of Value in Big Data

The Experiment: Learn Methods for doing IP Valuation and Apply it to Data

Would IP Valuation Necessarily Apply to Data Valuation?

The Term Data is Difficult to Define

Data is Difficult to Classify

The Awkward Protection Afforded to Data by IP Rights

The Subservient Role of Data in Supporting Valuation of Other Intangible Assets

The Power of Fascination with Big Data Meets the Power of the Balance Sheet

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Articles in the Series

  1. Big Data Valuation: Assessing the Future Economic Benefit of Data through IP Valuation Approaches
  2. Big Data Valuation: The Potential Benefits of Mock Evaluations for Guiding Data Collection
  3. Big Data Valuation: The Value of Synergies
  4. Big Data Valuation: The Importance of Market Protections, Complementary Goods and Data Asset Management
  5. Big Data Valuation: The Impact of Specificity of Complementary Goods on Data Reuse
  6. Big Data Valuation: Cost, Market and Income Approaches
  7. Big Data Valuation: Indicators and Determinants of Value
  8. Big Data Valuations: A Pause in a Journey of Learning

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I work in scientific computing and I’m interested in art history, folklore, oral history, legends, biotech, argentine tango and medicinal plants.

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