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Articles and comments on EUPL

As a relatively new licence the EUPL is discussed by experts in the Member States and abroad.

This section provides a selection of articles on the EUPL for download.

If you are interested  in uploading an EUPL-related article  to this page please contact us at gposs@ec.europa.eu
   

As a relatively new licence the EUPL is discussed by experts in the Member States and abroad. This section provides a selection of articles on the EUPL for download. If you are interested in uploading an EUPL-related article to this page please contact us at idabc@ec.europa.eu

Last update: May 2009


1. Petros Stagkos, Professor of International Economic Law and European Law (Jean Monnet Chair) at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
 
"The European public licence for the use of free software. A mature step forward of the European Union in the context of a globalised society of information and knowledge" (in greek)

This article has been published in the review "International and European Policy", Athens, 2008, No 9, pp. 163-178.
It is reproduced with the kind permission of the author.

 
2. Kostas Koïkas, European Commission, Legal advisor for the IDABC programme

"The European Union Public Licence. First European licence of free software" (in greek)

This article has  been published in the review "International and European Policy", Athens, 2008, No 9, pp. 179-194.
It is reproduced with the kind permission of the author. 


3. Marina Markellou,
PhD Candidate IP Law, Universities of Athens and Montpellier I, scholarship of I.K.Y.

"The European Union Public Licence under the Greek IP law" (in greek)

This article has been published in the review "International and European Policy", Athens, 2008, No 9, pp. 195 - 204.
It is reproduced with the kind permission of the author.


4.
Professor Dr. Andreas Wiebe, LL.M., Dr. Roman Heidinger, M.A. 

"EUROPEAN UNION PUBLIC LICENCE - EUPL V1.1 Kommentar" , 2009 (in german)