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WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/61

Batman forever? The economics of overlapping rights

Economic Research Working Paper No. 61

When copyrighted comic characters are also protected under trademark laws, intellectual property (IP) rights can be overlapping. Arguably, registering a trademark can increase transaction costs for cross-media uses of characters, or it can help advertise across multiple sales channels. In an application to book, movie and video game publishing industries, we thus ask how creative reuse (innovation in uses) is affected in situations of overlapping rights, and whether ‘fuzzy boundaries' of right frameworks are in fact enhancing or decreasing content sales.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/GREEN/YOUTH

Addressing climate challenges with innovation. WIPO GREEN guide for youth roundtables

This guide is designed to help young people better understand the ways in which they can use innovation in the climate crisis response. Created to facilitate group discussions and inspire action, the guide incorporates theoretical resources and practical tools for using green technologies and intellectual property to empower youth in their efforts to address climate change.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/1047/19

Key Questions on Patent Disclosure Requirements for Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge

Second Edition

Policymakers and other stakeholders often raise operational questions and seek practical and empirical information about patent disclosure requirements in relation to genetic resources and traditional knowledge. This authoritative study offers a comprehensive and scrupulously neutral overview of key legal and operational questions arising within this context.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/GC/20/1

Innovative Technology in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector

Access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) embodies a fun- damental human right recognized by the United Nations General Assembly. Technology often plays an important role by providing resource-efficient solutions to some of the challenges associated with WASH. This edition of the Global Challenges in Focus series explores the water supply aspect of WASH and highlights the role of technological innovation in relation to managing limited freshwater resources in situations of scarcity and/or threats to the quality of the water supply.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/930/2020/EXEC-SUMMARY

Hague Yearly Review 2020 - Executive Summary

International Registrations of Industrial Designs

This executive brief identifies key trends in the use of the WIPO-administered Hague System for the International Registration of Industrial Designs.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/930/2020

Hague Yearly Review 2020

International Registrations of Industrial Designs

Comprehensive facts, figures and analysis of the international registration of industrial designs.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/1058/2019

WIPO GREEN – Year in Review 2019

The WIPO GREEN Year in Review 2019 provides a snapshot of last year's activities and achievements. Some highlights include the regional innovation acceleration project in Latin America, WIPO GREEN strategic activities, and the establishment of new partner and donor relationships.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/ACADEMY/REVIEW/2019

Sharing Knowledge, Building Capacity – The WIPO Academy Year in Review 2019

This report presents the Academy's achievements in 2019 and highlights the latest developments across programs, including new partnerships and course offerings.

Publication year: 2020

WIPO/PUB/RESEARCH/COLLABORATIONS/2019

WIPO Re:Search: Advancing Product Development for Neglected Infectious Diseases through Global Public-Private Partnerships

WIPO Re:Search Consortium unites public and private market forces to address neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), malaria, and tuberculosis (TB) through sharing of intellectual property across sectors and geographies. To date, WIPO Re:Search has catalyzed over 150 R&D collaborations and managed capacity-building fellowships for scientists across sub-Saharan Africa and other low- and middle-income regions. This publication highlights seven exciting collaborations that are advancing solutions to help over one billion people who suffer from NTDs, malaria, and TB.

Publication year: 2019

WIPO/PUB/RESEARCH/STORYBOOK/2019

WIPO Re:Search Partnership Stories 2016-2019: Driving R&D for Neglected Infectious Diseases Through Global Cross-Sector Collaborations

WIPO Re:Search is a global public-private consortium that accelerates drug, vaccine, and diagnostic research and development (R&D) to address unmet medical needs for neglected infectious diseases and drive progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Established in 2011, WIPO Re:Search catalyzes royalty-free sharing of intellectual property—including compounds, data, clinical samples, technology, and expertise—among Consortium Members in targeted, mutually beneficial R&D collaborations. This publication contain stories of collaborations established through WIPO Re:Search from 2016 to 2019.

Publication year: 2019