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WIPO/PUB/FLYER/FITJIP/AFRICA

Japan FIT/IP for Africa and LDCs

From Inception to Casablanca

The History of Japan FIT/IP for Africa and Least Developed Countries (LDCs)

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/CR/2017/1

How to Make a Living in the Creative Industries

This booklet explains simply and clearly how copyright helps creative people to earn money from their original works. It is designed for people who may already work in the cultural and creative industries, or who may be contemplating a career in them, as well as for individual creators, policy makers, academics, and business support agencies working in the field. It is accessible to non-specialists or newcomers to the subject of copyright and intellectual property rights.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/943/2016

WIPO IP Facts and Figures 2016

An overview of intellectual property activity based on the latest available year of complete statistics.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/FLYER/BRANDDB

Global Brand Database

The Free Global Search Engine for Brands

This flyer briefly outlines the content, features and options available within WIPO's Global Brand Database.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/39

The powerful role of intangibles in the coffee value chain

Economic Research Working Paper No. 39

The paper describes: a) the coffee industry and its GVC structure; b) the role that intangible assets play in value creation from both the supply and demand perspective; and c) the current and potential role of intellectual property tools in creating and retaining value, as well as providing economic upgrade options.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/38

Intangible assets and transactions within multinational enterprises: implications for national economic accounts

Economic Research Working Paper No. 38

Transactions involving intangible assets within multinational enterprises impose challenges for national economic accountants. In light of the challenges, recent research at the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis aims to identify areas for improving the treatment of multinational enterprises in national economic accounts. This paper summarizes the work and demonstrates implications for gross domestic product – the most widely cited measure in national economic accounts – of the United States.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/37

A missing link in the analysis of global value chains: cross-border flows of intangible assets, taxation and related measurement implications

Economic Research Working Paper No. 37

Understanding cross-border flows of disembodied knowledge, often associated with intellectual property (IP), is essential to analyzing how modern economies operate. This paper documents how available data to document these IP flows are distorted by various factors, including tax planning by multinational enterprises. It finds that tax-induced mismeasurement could be more than 35%, and greater for individual countries particularly high-tax-rate countries.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/36

Measuring the income to intangibles in goods production: a global value chain approach

Economic Research Working Paper No. 36

Today's production processes are fragmented across countries and industries. Intangibles play an important role, but their measurement is elusive. This paper proposes a new empirical framework to measure factor incomes in production that spans industries and countries.

Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/944/2017

World Intellectual Property Report 2017 – Intangible Capital in Global Value Chains

The World Intellectual Property Report 2017 examines the crucial role of intangibles such as technology, design and branding in international manufacturing. Macroeconomic analysis is complemented by case studies of the global value chains for three products – coffee, photovoltaic energy cells and smartphones – to give an insightful picture of the importance of intellectual property and other intangibles in modern production.

Publication year: 2017