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Intellectual Property, Innovation and Economic Development

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 April 2022

Alica Daly
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization
David Humphreys
Affiliation:
University of Dundee
Julio Raffo
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization
Giulia Valacchi
Affiliation:
World Intellectual Property Organization

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022
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Intellectual property is at the heart of modern economic life. In many countries, investment in intangible assets is growing faster than investment in tangible assets. Policy makers – whether in rich or poor economies – seek to promote an intellectual property framework that is conducive to innovation and economic growth.

The series Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Economic Development intends to inform such policy initiatives through rigorous scholarship. Each book in the series examines a major aspect of the interface between IP, innovation, and economic development. Economic analysis is complemented by contributions from other academic disciplines to present the latest scholarship and consider its real-world implications. The series builds on studies by the World Intellectual Property Organization, reflecting the research interests of the international policy-making community.

Series Editor

  • Carsten Fink, Chief Economist, World Intellectual Property Organization

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Megan Macgarvie, Associate Professor, Markets, Public Policy and Law, Questrom School of Business, Boston University, USA

  • Beth Webster, Director of the Centre for Transformative Innovation, Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research Impact and Policy, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia

  • Mark Wu, Henry L. Stimson Professor, Harvard Law School, Faculty Director, Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, USA

References

Books in the Series

The Informal Economy in Developing Nations – Hidden Engine of Innovation? Edited by Kraemer-Mbula, Erika and Wunsch-Vincent, SachaGoogle Scholar
The International Mobility of Talent and Innovation – New Evidence and Policy Implications Edited by Fink, Carsten and Miguelez, ErnestGoogle Scholar
Harnessing Public Research for Innovation in the 21st Century Edited by Arundel, Anthony, Suma, Athreye and Wunsch-Vincent, SachaGoogle Scholar
Global Challenges for Innovation in Mining Industries Edited by Daly, Alica, Humphreys, David, Raffo, Julio D. and Valacchi, GiuliaGoogle Scholar

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