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Commercialisation of Intellectual Property


ISBN13: 9780409340648
Published: June 2016
Publisher: LexisNexis Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Price on Application



Commercialisation of Intellectual Property by Natalie Stoianoff, Fred Chilton and Ann Monotti takes an integrated approach to legal, business and technical aspects of the commercialisation of intellectual property. It will be valuable to students taking intellectual property commercialisation subjects, to academics and postgraduate students, and to legal and other professionals working with intellectual property and its commercial exploitation. Written by authoritative authors from different jurisdictions and disciplinary backgrounds, Commercialisation of Intellectual Property is the only Australian book on the topic. It offers a comprehensive survey of much of the law and some of the business and economics of commercialising and licensing intellectual property rights in an interdisciplinary and comparative context.

Features

  • authoritative authors from different jurisdictions and disciplinary backgrounds
  • the only Australian book on the topic
  • comprehensive coverage and thorough understanding

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
1. Introduction

PART A
2. Overview of IP Rights
3. Drivers of Innovation and Commercialisation
4. Issues Regarding the Development of IP Rights

PART B
5. Business/Legal Structures for Commercialisation
6. Funding Innovation and Commercialisation
7. Commercialising University Research and Development

PART C
8. Licensing of IP Rights
9. Multimedia Lecansing
10. International Dealings

PART D
11. Australian Competition Issues
12. Comparative Competition Issues

PART E
13. Security and Insolvency: PPS
14. Taxation