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OECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship
Intellectual Assets and Innovation
The SME Dimension
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  17 jan 2012
Pages: 176 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264118232 , Code OCDE: 852011021P1
Prix:   €50 | $70 | £45 | ¥6500 | MXN900 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible
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Tableaux: 35 

Description
Intellectual Property Rights can be instrumental for SMEs to protect and build on their innovations; position themselves competitively vis-à-vis larger enterprises in global markets; gain access to revenues; signal current and prospective value to investors, competitors and partners; access knowledge markets and networks; open up new commercial pathways; or segment existing markets.  However, while there is increasing recognition of their significance, as well as  the need for appropriate intellectual asset management for SMEs across OECD countries, there are few regulatory frameworks or specific instruments directed to SMEs. This is in part due the pace of technological innovation, which often exceeds the time it takes for policy makers to create appropriate responses to the changing landscape of intellectual property.   This study explores the relations between SME intellectual asset management, innovation and competitiveness in different national and sectoral contexts. It provides insights on the ability of SMEs to access and utilise the protection systems available to them and identifies key challenges for SMEs in appropriating full value from IPRs. It also investigates effectiveness of regulatory frameworks and policy measures to support SME access to IPRs, identifying best practices and proposing policy recommendations

Tables des matières:

Executive Summary.
Chapter 1. Intellectual Asset Management, Innovation and SMEs
-Introduction
-Objective and method of the study
-Summary of key findings
-SME intellectual asset management practices
-Policy recommendations
Chapter 2. Australia: Intellectual Property Solutions for Innovative SMEs.
-Introduction
-Intellectual property regulation in Australia
-Empirical evidence
-Policy implications and recommendations
-Annex 2.A1. Clean Technology and Appropriability Regime
Chapter 3. Italy: Channelling Creativity into Competitiveness
-Introduction
-Intellectual property regulation in Italy
-Empirical evidence
-Policy implications and recommendations
-Annex 3.A1. Statistical Tables for Innovaton in Italy
Chapter 4. Nordic Countries: Matching Exceptional Design and Creativity with Progressive Policy
-Introduction
-Intellectual property regulations in Nordic countries
-SME issues and challenges
-Empirical evidence
-Policy implications and recommendations
-Annex 4.A1. Survey Results
Chapter 5. United Kingdom: Intellectual Asset Management Strategies for Diverse Innovations
-Introduction
-Intellectual property regulation system in the United Kingdom
-Empirical evidence
-Policy implications and recommendations
Chapter 6. The United States: Balancing Robust Protection with Rapid Innovation
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Introduction
-Intellectual property regulation in the United States
-Empirical evidence
-Policy implications and recommendations
-References
Annex A. SME Case Studies: Template
Annex B. Survey Questionnaire
Box
-1.1. Methodology . 

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