Miriam Stankovich has rich research experience in leading complex projects in data protection and governance, intellectual property and technology law, regulatory impact assessment of emerging technologies (AI, Blockchain, IoT, Virtual/Augmented Reality, and 3D Printing), and technology transfer. She has also served as a senior legal and policy advisor for major international organizations such as the International Telecommunication Union, the World Bank, World Intellectual Property Organization, the International Finance Corporation, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, United Nations Development Programme, the Inter-American Development Bank, the African Development Bank, African Union, and the European Union.

She was a Fulbright Scholar in intellectual property and technology law at Duke University School of Law and a World Bank McNamara Scholar in development economics, intellectual property rights, and tech transfer at Duke University School of Public Policy. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles, books, monographs, book chapters, laws, and government reports in international intellectual property, technology transfer, innovation, public policy, and regulation of emerging technologies.

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