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Intellectual Property Rights In Science, Technology, And Economic Performance: International Comparisons (WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND PUBLIC POLICY) epub

by Francis W Rushing,Carole Ganz Brown


Intellectual Property Rights In Science, Technology, And Economic Performance: International Comparisons (WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND PUBLIC POLICY) epub

ISBN: 0813379164

ISBN13: 978-0813379166

Author: Francis W Rushing,Carole Ganz Brown

Category: Law

Subcategory: Business

Language: English

Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (February 6, 1990)

Pages: 354 pages

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Westview Special Studies in Science, Technology, and Public Policy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1990. 354 p. ISBN 0-8133-7916-4.

Westview Special Studies in Science, Technology, and Public Policy. Westview Special Studies in Science, Technology, and Public Policy.

Intellectual Property Rights In Science, Technology, And Economic Performance. This book discusses the economic, political, legal, and social concerns of the world's governments on intellectual property rights. It analyzes the systems of both developed and developing economies and draws a clear picture of the status of intellectual property regimes around the world. part One. Introduction. Intellectual Property Rights in the 1990s.

Intellectual Property Rights - Intellectual Property, Technology, Assets and Strategic Choices in the United States - Macroeconomic Perspectives on the Use of Intellectual Property Rights in Japan’s Economic Performance.

Intellectual Property Rights - Intellectual Property, Technology, Assets and Strategic Choices in the United States - Macroeconomic Perspectives on the Use of Intellectual Property Rights in Japan’s Economic Performance - Intellectual Property Rights in Japan and the Protection of Computer Software - Intellectual Property Protection in the European Community - Conclusion - Developing a Framework fo.

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Recent changes in global science, technology, trade, and economic development have, however, strained .

Recent changes in global science, technology, trade, and economic development have, however, strained even further the effectiveness of IPRs in protecting S&T innovations. This volume focuses on the nature of these changes, the challenges they present for national and international IPR systems, and their implications for science and technology. Although detailed case studies of these technologies-and the adaptation of IPRs in response to them-are presented later in this volume, a brief background summary is provided here.

International Comparisons (Westview Special Studies in Science, Technology, and Public Policy). by Francis W. Rushing. Published January 1990 by Westview Pr (Short Disc).

The United States National Academy of Sciences' Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy (STEP) is a board of the United States National Academy of Sciences. The mandate of the Board is to integrate understanding of scientific, technological, and economic elements in the formulation of national policies affecting the economic well-being of the United States.

The protection of intellectual property has become an important issue both in the United States and internationally. This volume brings into focus the economic, political, legal and social concerns related to intellectual property rights, analyzing and comparing policies in a number of developing and developed countries, including Brazil, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, India, the United States, Japan and the European Community. From these comparative studies, the authors have aimed to construct a clearer picture of the status of intellectual property rights in the global community. They evaluate the impact of the presence or absence of intellectual property rights on innovations and technological change and offer recommendations for developing a workable framework for standardizing intellectual property rights worldwide.