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WIPO/PUB/TRANSITION/8

Economic Aspects of IP in Countries in Transition

This Study was developed, following the request from Members States, in order to support the use of intellectual property for national economic growth.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/TRANSITION/5

Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Countries in Transition

The development of the Study reflects discussion between the public and private sector on the enforcement of IP rights in countries in transition, during a series of WIPO inter-regional meetings.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/REPORT/CR/VG

The Legal Status of Video Games: Comparative Analysis in National Approaches

This report analyzes the classification that each country has adopted for video games, and provides, in the final section, a tentative classification of these complex works, considering their nature, the elements they are made of and the creative process.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/TRANSITION/7

Teaching Intellectual Property (IP) in Countries in Transition

The purpose of this Study is to identify the special needs of countries in transition with respect to intellectual property training and education, to define the different goals and objectives of such training, and to facilitate the development of a core curriculum and innovative methodologies for teaching IP in countries in transition.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/12

Exploring the Worldwide Patent Surge

Economic Research Working Paper No. 12

This paper provides an analysis of global patenting trends using the most comprehensive data currently available. Among other things, it finds that subsequent patent filings – additional filings of the same invention, mostly in additional countries – contributed considerably to the growth in filings worldwide, pointing to globalization as one important driver of filing growth. However, no single factor can fully explain the marked increase in the use of the patent system.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/11

The Use of Intellectual Property in Chile

Economic Research Working paper 11

This study describes patterns and trends of intellectual property (IP) use in Chile, drawing on a new database containing all patent, trademark, utility model, and design filings received by the Chilean IP office over the period 1991-2010. Among other things, the study offers insights into the drivers of filing growth, the origin of filings, the distribution of applicants, the importance of different applicant types, the share of filings by different economic sectors, the relevance of IP bundles, and the patenting behavior of Chilean applicants overseas.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/10

The Informal Economy, Innovation and Intellectual Property: Concepts, Metrics and Policy Considerations

Economic Research Working Paper No. 10

The authors connect concepts, definitions and data regarding the informal economy, innovation, and intellectual property in order to establish a framework for further qualitative and quantitative research and the improvement of public policies in respect of these issues.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/8

Measuring the International Mobility of Inventors: A New Database

Economic Research Working Paper No.8

This paper has two objectives. First, it describes a new database mapping migratory patterns of inventors, extracted from information included in patent applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty. It explains in detail the information contained in the database and discusses the usefulness and reliability of the underlying data. Second, the paper provides a descriptive overview of inventor migration patterns, based on the information contained in the newly constructed database.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/7

How Does Geographical Mobility of Inventors Influence Network Formation?

Economic Research Working Paper No. 7

The goal of this paper is to assess the influence of spatial mobility of knowledge workers on the formation of ties of scientific and industrial collaboration across European regions. Co-location has been traditionally invoked to ease formal collaboration between individuals and firms, since tie formation costs increase with physical distance between partners. In some instances, highly-skilled actors might become mobile and bridge regional networks across separate locations. This paper estimates a fixed effects logit model to ascertain precisely whether there exists a ‘previous co-location premium' in the formation of networks across European regions.

Publication year: 2013

WIPO/PUB/ECONSTAT/WP/6

What Makes Companies Pursue an Open Science Strategy?

Economic Research Working Paper No. 6

This paper explores the motivations of firms that disclose research outcomes in a scientific format. Besides considering an internal firm dimension, the authors focus particularly on knowledge sourcing from academic institutions and the appropriability regime using a cost-benefit framework. The analysis provides evidence that the access to important scientific knowledge imposes the adoption of academic disclosure principles, whereas the mere existence of collaborative links with academic institutions is not a strong predictor. Furthermore, the results suggest that overall industry conditions are influential in shaping the cost-benefit rationale of firms with respect to scientific disclosure.

Publication year: 2013