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Global Change and Intellectual Property Agencies: An Institutional Perspective

G. Bruce Doern
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Pinter, 1999.
Language
English
Series
Science, Technology, and the International Political Economy Series
ISBN
1855675323, 9781855675322
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Contents
  • 1. Global Change and the Core IP Trade-off: An Introduction 1
  • The main components of IP 5
  • IP institutions I: IP protection and dissemination and basic clusters of interests 6
  • IP institutions II: changing relations between national and international IP agencies 8
  • Structure and organisation 12
  • 2. National and International IP Institutions: The Core Patent Cycle of Business and Basic Mandates 14
  • The central business of IP institutions: the application cycle for patents 14
  • IP agency mandates in brief: going beyond the protection function 17
  • 3. The Evolution of Intellectual Property Agencies in the 1990s 26
  • Governing structures: emerging from contented obscurity 26
  • The place of IP in industrial and economic policy priorities 33
  • 4. Patents, the Protection Role and Core IP Interests 40
  • Pendency, efficiency and agency revenues 41
  • Length and quality of protection 45
  • Big business and the protection role 49
  • The IP profession and the protection role 51
  • 5. The IP Dissemination Roles and Dispersed Emerging Interests 55
  • IP dissemination I: informing about the current stock of IP information 56
  • IP dissemination II: a more aggressive value-added dissemination role? 58
  • IP dissemination III: new users and the fostering of an IP and innovation-oriented economic culture 60
  • Dispersed interests and the IP dissemination roles 64
  • 6. Trademarks and IP Institutions 69
  • Trademarks and the IP trade-off 69
  • The trademark application and registration process 71
  • IP agencies and their core trademark business 72
  • Changing trademark issues and related institutional interests 74
  • 7. Copyright Regulatory Institutions 80
  • Basic international protection 80
  • Key features of copyright regimes 81
  • Copyright, technological change and the information highway 85
  • 8. The Emerging Role of the WTO: Trade-Related IP and Relations with WIPO 92
  • The WTO and TRIPs: key features and political origins 93
  • The TRIPs Council: early developments 95
  • The WTO-WIPO relationship 97
  • Broader trade community influence within nation states 100
  • Issues in the nature of IP institutional change 106.
Description
viii, 130 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [113]-124) and index.
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