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Innovation and the Intellectual Property System

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ISBN13: 9789041109071
ISBN: 9041109072
Published: July 1996
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Paperback
Price: £139.00

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Through both theoretical and empirical analyses, this work explores debates surrounding the role of patenting within the contemporary innovation system, notably those relating to university research and technological competitiveness. The text highlights the growing tensions between the IP system and the wider innovation environment, identifies the potential for and limits of universities' engagement with the system and explores the impact of new IP policy on innovation. The book provides an analysis of a range of problems which many governmental, corporate, professional and academic groups are currently confronting. The issue of intellectual property has come to the fore in policy debates over innovation strategy, debates which can only be answered from an interdisciplinary perspective.

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1. Intellectual Property and the Wider Innovation System. Part One: IPR in the Innovation System.
2. The Quality of Patenting in the UK Scientific Instruments Industry.
3. Standardization: A New Challenge for the Intellectual Property System.
4. IPR and the Pharmaceutical Industry. Part Two: Intellectual Property in the University Environment.
5. Capturing Intellectual Property Rights for the UK: A Critique of University Policies.
6. Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Rights in Research Projects and Their Effect on the Research Student.
7. Managing IPR in an Academic Environment: Capacities for and Limitation of Exploitation. Part Three: Intellectual Property and the International Context.
8. Incompletion of the European Community Market: The Problem of Extending Pharmaceutical Patent Protection.
9. Is an American Mouse (R) a European Mouse (TM)? 10. Protecting Innovation within the European Union: The Proposals for a Community Utility Model.