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Université of Montesquieu Bordeaux IV (GREThA)
Research Unit in Theorical and Applied Economic

 Contact details
Contact personMD-PhD Philippe GORRY
Asso. Prof. 
StreetAvenue Leon Duguitt 
Address 33608 - Pessac (France) 
Phone+33 (0)5 56 84 25 75 
EmailShow Email
Social Media+33 (0) 5 56 84 86 47
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)26-50 
Organisation TypeResearch Organisation 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Economics
» Other formal sciences
» Health sciences

 Brief description of your activity focus
Research projects on patent mapping & IP assets valuation with a focus on orphan drug market.

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Past-funding & executive director of Aquitaine-Valo technology transfer office of the University of
Bordeaux, I am currently Vice-Dean for technology transfer at University Bordeaux2, and administrator of
the university incubator. Trained in medical genetic, my research field was on cancer-prone rare
& I filed several patents on transgenic mice. Member of several national and international, scientific and
tech transfer, societies, I am working as an expert on biotechnology for governmental or private
organizations. At the present time, I am serving as a Vice-President for International Affairs of the
association of french university technology managers, Réseau C.U.R.I.E., as well as board member of the
Licensing Executive Society – France.

Recently, I joined the laboratory of economics GREThA and undertook research projects on patent
mapping & IP assets valuation with a focus on orphan drug market. This worked is supported through the
participation to the FP7 research program FINNOV and the GEDI ANR research program.

FINNOV is a research collaboration between seven European Institutions aimed at understanding the
relationship between changing financial markets, innovation dynamics, and economic performance. The
project studies how these relationships influence economic growth as it is experienced by individuals,
businesses and the wider economy. This will assist policy makers and European industry to understand
the sources, implications and management of positive and negative changes in financial mark

GEDI (The European Government of Industry) is a research program supported by the ANR in order to
study the relationship between the regulation of an industry and the European integration with a focus
on on a double process : the transformation of the industrial stakes in collective and public « problems »,
on the one hand, and the politisation of these problems, on the other hand.

Finally, I am involved in the development of an economic and patent intelligence facilty so called VIAinno
for the academic community and the the different actors of the knowledge-base economy in Aquitania. It
provide access to numerous financial, deals, business, patent, banking, equity databases and assistance
with search tools.
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» Changing role of knowledge throughout the economy
» Structural changes in the knowledge economy and society
» Strengthening policy coherence & coordination in Europe
» Socio-economic development trajectories
» Regional, territorial and social cohesion

 Project participation
Project #1
Project TypeFP7
Project TitleFinance, Innovation & Growth
Specific ThemeCorporate Governance and Innovation: Implications for Stable and Equitable Economic Growth
Project websitehttp://www.finnov-fp7.eu/
CoordinatorProf. M. Mazzucato
Project #2
Project TypeNational
Project TitleGouvernement Européen de lIndustrie
Project websitehttp://gedi.gerpisa.org/
CoordinatorAndy Smith

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