Content types Archives: Students' papers

When copyright law meets particular – or even personal – interests

By 19 December 2016 0

This post has been jointly drafted by Amandine Van Zuylen, Antoine De Spiegelaar, Victor Leblanc, Kevin Xhebexhia, Germain Haumont and Arnaud Picqué, all students in third year (BAC 3) registered for my course Intellectual Property Law at the Université Saint-Louis, Brussels. The requirements for this course include some online exercises on intellectual property topics. This post was jointly […]

Mind. your own. business school – a case study of a multi-sided platform

By 26 April 2014 16

This blog post is based on the comments of Master students to an article posted by Paul Belleflamme in April 2014. A large part of today’s most successful and fastest growing business ventures is in fact multi-sided. Meaning they enable and derive value from the interaction between at least two distinct groups of participants. The […]

Browser War: The Return

By 10 November 2013 1

This is the fourth post adapted from term papers that my master students submitted in June 2013. This post (originally written by Fanny Avaux, Maxime Georgin, Marie-Laure Le Déodic & Sophie Naert) has been honed and complemented by Olivier Simons.   The first browser war took place in the late 1990s when Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replaced Netscape’s […]

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MyMicroInvest, a Belgian crowdfunding platform for European entrepreneurs

By 7 October 2013 0

This is the third post adapted from term papers that my master students submitted in June 2013. This post (originally written by Stephanie Goergen, Claire Goudeseune, Sophie Simonis et Xavier Vanwelde) has been honed and complemented by Olivier Simons. You probably already heard of MyMajorCompany, Akamusic, Babyloan, Angel.me, or MyMicroInvest. The common denominator of all these web-platforms can […]

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What is the future of BlackBerry?

By 20 September 2013 4

This is the second post adapted from term papers that my master students submitted in June 2013. This post (originally written by Loïc Esselen, Zhang Hong, Sebastian Malmport and Vianney Picavet) has been polished and complemented by Olivier Simons. Once Research In Motion (RIM), the Canadian company that makes the BlackBerry, has been market leader in […]

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Building on Batibouw to understand two-sided platforms (2)

By 25 August 2013 22

I start here a series of posts that are adapted from term papers that my master students submitted in June 2013. I have asked Olivier Simons, a former student of mine, to polish these papers and complement them with his own insights. This post (originally written by Thibaut Debruxelles, Pascaline Renard, Daniel Scurtu and Marielle […]