Frantzeska Papadopoulou

Senior lecturer
Department of Accounting and Logistics School of Business and Economics
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Frantzeska Papadopoulou is an Senior Lecturer of law in the Department of Accounting, Logistics and Business Law. Frantzeska defended her doctorate thesis in March 2014 in civil law with special focus on intellectual property law. Her doctorate thesis analysed the challenges of the mutual implementation of the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity. Under the framework of the doctorate thesis, Frantzeska developed a theoretical model combining Rawls’ theory of justice with the efficiency doctrine of the Coase Theorem. As a post-doc researcher she has worked on a project financed by Cassel Institution, related to the modern challenges faced by pharmaceutical patents, such as the supplementary protection certificate, Bolar exception and the unitary patent. In her research she investigates in particular the evolution of IP protection on the international level. Frantzeska has been teaching in Sweden, Finland and Greece both on undergraduate and post-graduate level. She teaches mostly in intellectual property, market law and commercial law.


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