IP economists panel on challenges of measuring and analyzing the gender and diversity gaps in the IP system of the Asia-Pacific region : Pannel II

WIPO Intellectual Property Gender and Diversity Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Region
December 1
9:00 am 
– 11:00 am
 (Geneva)
Online
WIPO

Join us in a third seminar to discuss the IP Diversity Gaps in the Asia-Pacific Region, and hear from experts on the best practices to address the topic. This is the third of a series of on-line discussions involving all stakeholders in the innovation ecosystems about the IP gender and diversity gaps with the goal to raise awareness, evaluate it quantitatively and qualitatively, and to discuss policies and other actions that show promise in addressing it.

Panel II – IP economists panel on challenges of measuring and analyzing the gender and diversity gaps in the IP system of the Asia-Pacific region

This second panel will highlight approaches and methodologies employed by the Chief Economists’ departments across the IP Offices, and discuss the challenges in measuring and analyzing the IP gender and diversity gaps.

Panel I – High-level policy panel:

The importance of designing policies addressing the IP gender and diversity gaps and engaging women’s and other diversities’ participation in the innovation ecosystems of the Asia-Pacific region.