Are you willing to increase IP liquidity (and the size of the market)?
Michael Pierantozzi had a great post recently over at TheGathering2 in which he called for companies to disclose IP transaction data in order to increase transparency in the market for intellectual property. Michael points out that with increased transparency will come increased liquidity as there will be greater certainty about the outcomes of proposed transactions.
The problem, of course, is that no one wants to share this information, even faced with the benefits to all that would follow.
What do you think? Is it worth it?