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Intellectual Property Valuation: Towards Global Harmonization (eBook)

Edited by: Ruth Taplin

ISBN13: 9781134716890
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Intellectual property is an increasingly key element in business worldwide. Methods for valuing intellectual property however vary widely. Moreover, issues surrounding the ownership and valuation of intellectual property give rise to a wide range of ethical issues, which apply especially in developing countries as they are increasingly integrated into the world economy. International agreement on how intellectual property should be valued is urgently needed. This book provides an overview of the issues surrounding the valuation of intellectual property, and assesses the steps being made towards harmonization. The issue is especially important for Asia, where intellectual advances in new products and new technologies are increasingly being made.

Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law, eBooks
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. IP valuation needs to move on
3. The importance of IP valuation in emerging economies
4. Value not just economic value
5. How behaviour affects IP value
6. Harmonisation of IP value
7. The role of information in the valuation of IP
8. The future of IP valuation and valuation methods
9. Case studies
10. Conclusions