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Marc Scheufen

Dr. Marc Scheufen

Economist of the Research Group Big Data Analytics

Tel: +49 221 4981-742
  • Joined the German Economic Institute in 2018
  • Born in 1984 in Heinsberg
  • Studied Economics at the Philipps-Universität Marburg and the University of Hamburg

IW Publications

(in cooperation with Christian Rusche)
Der Wolf im Schafspelz – Zur Ökonomik der EU-Urheberrechtsreform
IW-Kurzbericht 23/2019

Die Bedeutung des Urheberrechts im Zeitalter Künstlicher Intelligenz
IW-Kurzbericht 6/2019

(in cooperation with Christian Rusche)
On (Intellectual) Property and other Legal Frameworks in the Digital Economy
IW-Report 48/2018

Nicht-personenbezogene Daten – Der nächste Schritt zum digitalen Binnenmarkt
IW-Kurzbericht 72/2018

Expertises

(in cooperation with Vera Demary, Barbara Engels, Manuel Fritsch, Henry Goecke, Alevtina Krotova, Christian Rusche, Christopher Thiele, Karl Lichtblau, Edgar Schmitz, Boris Otto, Tobias Korte, Can Azkan, Markus Spiekermann, Dominik Lis, Joshua Gelhaar, Lennart Iggenna, Lukas Maisel, Bernd Trautmann,  Jens Fiedler,  Osianoh Aliu,  Pascal Bresser, Nils Müller)
Data Economy. Status quo der deutschen Wirtschaft & Handlungsfelder in der Data Economy
Studie für das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi), 2019

External Publications

Eger, Thomas/ Mertens, Armin/ Scheufen, Marc, 2021, Publication Cultures and the Citation Impact of Open Access, in: Managerial and Decision Economics, early view
Zur Studie

(in cooperation with Frank Mueller-Langer, Patrick Waelbroeck)
Does Online Access Promote Research in Developing Countries? Empirical Evidence from Article-Level Data
Research Policy, 2020

Angewandte Mikroökonomie und Wirtschaftspolitik. Mit einer Einführung in die ökonomische Analyse des Rechts
Springer/Gabler Verlag, 2. Auflage, 2020

(in cooperation with Christian Rusche)
Sinn und Unsinn der EU-Urheberrechtsreform
Ifo Schnelldienst, 72. Jg., Heft 13, 2019, S. 3–5 

Künstliche Intelligenz und Haftungsrecht – die e-Person aus ökonomischer Sicht
Wirtschaftsdienst, 99. Jg., Heft 6, 2019, S. 411–414

(in cooperation with Frank Mueller-Langer, Patrick Waelbroeck)
Does Online Access Promote Research in Developing Countries? Empirical Evidence from Article-Level Data
JRC working paper, 2018

(in cooperation with Thomas Eger)
The Economics of Open Access. On the Future of Academic Publishing
2018

Angewandte Mikroökonomie und Wirtschaftspolitik. Mit einer Einführung in die ökonomische Analyse des Rechts
Springer/Gabler Verlag, 2017

(in cooperation with Eberhard Feess)
Academic Copyright in the Publishing Game: A Contest Perspective
European Journal of Law and Economics, 42(2), 2016, pp. 263–294

(in cooperation with Thomas Eger, Daniel Meierrieks)
The Determinants of Open Access Publishing: Survey Evidence from the Mediterranean Open Access Network (MedOANet)
Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, 43(4), 2016, pp. 463–489

(in cooperation with Thomas Eger, Daniel Meierrieks)
The Determinants of Open Access Publishing: Survey Evidence from Germany European Journal of Law and Economics, 39(3), 2015, pp. 475–503

Copyright versus Open Access: On the Organisation and International Political Economy of Access to Scientific Knowledge
Cham et al.: Springer International Publishing, 2015

(in cooperation with Frank Mueller-Langer)
Academic Publishing and Open Access
Handke and Towse (Hrsg.): Handbook of the Digital Creative Economy, 2013, pp. 365–377

(in cooperation with Thomas Eger)
The Past and the Future of Copyright Law: Technological Change and Beyond
De Mot (Hrsg.): Liber Amicorum Boudewijn Bouckaert, de Keuren, 2012, pp. 37–65

(in cooperation with Thomas Eger)
Das Urheberrecht im Zeitenwandel: Von Gutenberg zum Cyberspace
Mueller et al. (Hrsg.): Ökonomik als allgemeine Theorie menschlichen Verhaltens, Schriften zu Ordnungsfragen der Wirtschaft, Band 94, 2012, pp. 15–179

(in cooperation with Frank Mueller-Langer)
Die ökonomische Analyse geistiger Eigentumsrechte
WiSt-Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium, March 2011, pp. 137–142

(in cooperation with Frank Mueller-Langer)
The Google Book Search Settlement: A Law and Economics Analysis
Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues (RERCI), 8(1), 2011, pp. 7–50

(in cooperation with Chirstoph Grimpe)
Wie werthaltig sind Übernahmegerüchte
M&A Review, 5/2009, pp. 211-216

More from Dr. Marc Scheufen

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Publication cultures and the citation impact of open access
External Publication 1. September 2021

Publication cultures and the citation impact of open access

Thomas Eger / Armin Mertens / Marc Scheufen

With the advent of electronic publishing and the Internet, the traditional business model of academic publishing, based on subscription fees paid by the readers/libraries (closed access [CA] journals), has to some extent been replaced and to some extent complemented by different types of open access (OA).

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Open Data and Data Sharing
IW-Policy Paper No. 21 13. October 2020

An Economic Analysis: Open Data and Data Sharing

Alevtina Krotova / Armin Mertens / Marc Scheufen

Data is an important business resource. It forms the basis for various digital technologies such as artificial intelligence or smart services. However, access to data is unequally distributed in the market. Hence, some business ideas fail due to a lack of data sources.

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The Corona Innovation Race in Science
IW-Report No. 17 5. May 2020

The Corona Innovation Race in Science

Jasmina Kirchhoff / Armin Mertens / Marc Scheufen

This report is an analysis of the scientific publications on the fight against the corona pandemic and its significance for Germany as a pharmaceutical location.

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Does Online Access Promote Research in Developing Countries?
External Publication 18. February 2020

Does Online Access Promote Research in Developing Countries?

Frank Mueller-Langer / Marc Scheufen / Patrick Waelbroeck in Research Policy

Universities in developing countries have rarely been able to subscribe to academic journals in the past. The “Online Access to Research in the Environment” initiative (OARE) provides institutions in developing countries with free online access to more than 11,500 environmental science journals.

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Competition Effects of the General Data Protection Regulation
IW-Report No. 1 15. January 2020

Competition Effects of the General Data Protection Regulation

Barbara Engels / Marc Scheufen

The European General Data Regulation (GDPR) increases the level of protection of personal data and standardizes it throughout Europe.

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