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Guidance for the development of an Intellectual Property Strategy in Countries in Transition

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Guidance for the development
of an IP strategy in Countries
in Transition

PDF, Guidance for the development
of an IP strategy in Countries
in Transition  (English)  PDF, Guidance for the developmentof an IP strategy in Countries in Transition  (Russian)
 

One of the priorities of the TDC activities is to provide support to the Cooperating Countries to enable them to assess the case for creating a national Intellectual Property (IP) Strategy and how to relate that to the Government’s economic and cultural strategy in relation to creativity and innovation.

This guidance has been prepared in order to facilitate an effective start and indicate the steps on the way to a successful conclusion and adoption of the National IP Strategy.

This tool is aimed at assisting governments in creating an environment in which Intellectual Property enables innovators and creators to lever the economic value of their work, at enhancing the economic success of the country to the benefit of its businesses, researchers, creators, and society as a whole and at strengthening economic competitiveness.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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