The WIPO Journal - 2010 Volume 2 Issue 1
Analysis and Debate of Intellectual Property Issues
Author(s): Sweet and Maxwell | Publication year: 2010
Contents: Enforcement, Economics and Estimates | A Half Century of Research on Patent Economics | The Patent System in a Time of Turmoil | On Patenting Costs | Intellectual Property Enforcement in Smaller UK Firms: Findings from a Survey in 2009–2010 | Mitigating “Anticommons” Harms to Research in Science and Technology: New Moves in “Legal Jujitsu” against Unintended Adverse Consequences of the Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights on Results of Publicly and Privately Funded Research | Compulsory Licensing as an Antitrust Remedy | Open Source Software: Economics, Innovation, Law and Policy | Has the Shift to Stronger Intellectual Property Rights Promoted Technology Transfer, FDI, and Industrial Development? | The Strengthening of IPR Protection: Policy Complements | The Curious Economics of Parallel Imports | The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Addressing Climate Change: The Case of Agriculture
The peer-reviewed WIPO Journal was produced from 2009 to 2016 by Sweet and Maxwell in association with Thomson Reuters. The WIPO Journal ceased publication from December 2016.
The Journal sought to draw on contributions from experts around the world to provide diverse interdisciplinary perspectives on issues of interest to the global intellectual property (IP) community. Submissions were reviewed and selected independently of WIPO. Views expressed in the Journal are those of the authors, and should not be considered or interpreted as those of WIPO.
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