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Patents, Innovation and Economic Performance
OECD Conference Proceedings
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  26 Oct 2004
Pages: 356 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264015265 , OECD Code: 922004071P1
Price:   €84 | $117 | £75 | ¥10900 | MXN1510
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This publication presents a collection of the policy-oriented empirical studies and stakeholders' views designed to show how patent regimes can contribute more efficiently to innovation and economic performance.  Topics covered include the links between patents and economic performance, changes in patent regimes, patents and entrepreneurship, patents and diffusion of technology, IPR for software and technology, and current and future policy challenges.


Table of contents:
Chapter 1. Cover and table of contents
Chapter 2. Executive summary
Chapter 3. Introduction
Chapter 4. International Patenting and the European Patent Office: A Quantitative Assessment
Chapter 5. Japanís Patent System and Business Innovation: Reassessing Pro-patent Policies
Chapter 6. Scope and Nature of the Patent Surge: A View from Germany
Chapter 7. Understanding Business Patenting and Licensing: Results of a Survey
Chapter 8. Improving Patent Quality: Connecting Economic Research and Policy
Chapter 9. How Do Third-Party Patents Foster Innovation?
Chapter 10. Overview of Recent Changes and Comparison of Patent Regimes in the United States, Japan and Europe
Chapter 11. Recent Changes and Expected Developments in Patent Regimes: A European Perspective
Chapter 12. Enabling Innovation, Encouraging Investment: Intellectual Property and Genomic Entrepreneurship
Chapter 13. Technology Licensing
Chapter 14. Comments on Patents, Entrepreneurship and Technology Diffusion
Chapter 15. Through the Lens of Intangibles: What Patents on Software and Services Reveal about the System
Chapter 16. Intellectual Property in Services: What Do We Learn from Innovation Surveys?
Chapter 17. The Software Patent Experiment
Chapter 18. The Use of Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks in Software: Evidence from Litigation
Chapter 19. Why are Software Patents So Trivial?
Chapter 20. The Role of IPR for the Software Industry: A Changing Landscape?
Chapter 21. Intellectual Property Strategy in Japan: Towards an IP-based Nation
Chapter 22. The Patent System: Current and Future Policy Challenges A View from the European Patent Office
Chapter 23. The Patent System: Current and Future Policy Challenges A View from the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Chapter 24. Patents and the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries
Chapter 25. A Multilateral View of Change in the Patent System
Chapter 26. Conference Agenda
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