Mila’s main areas of research are entrepreneurship, innovation and intellectual property rights. Here you can see some of her recent research projects.
A sample of some of Mila's recent projects:
Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship
What are the defining characteristics of knowledge intensive
entrepreneurship? (funded by EU)
Web 2.0 content
Is it possible to make profit with web 2.0 content?
(published in Prometheus)
What value can be created from patents and where does it reside? (published in International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, Journal of Intellectual Capital, International Journal of Intellectual Property Management and International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation)
Digital Rights Management
How to design effective Digital Rights Management?
(published in Communication and
Strategies and International Journal of Intellectual Property Management )
Successful Market entry
Best being the first to market? Think twice (published in International
Journal of Collaborative Enterprise and International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological
All inclusive business model
How can you offer everything and yet remain competitive? (Service Business).
Virtual Teams and Social Capital
How to instigate trust between employees miles apart?
(published in International Journal of
Networking and Virtual Organisations)
Intellectual capital value
How can company’s intellectual capital be classified and
reported? (published in The British
Accounting Review and Strategic Change)
Economics of the Music Industry
Why does the effect of market concentration go further then
one expects? (published in Prometheus)
Public Venture Capital
Do Venture Capital trust solve the problem of
underinvestment in young companies? (published in International Journal of
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management,
Large scale open innovation
Open source or patent pool? What is the best way to use open