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China’s drive to promote indigenous innovation has given intellectual property (ip)—its creation, utilization, management, and protection—a prominent position in the nation’s policy agenda. Keywords: intellectual property, employment suggested citation: suggested citation yanisky-ravid, shlomit, rethinking employees' intellectual property moral rights: a new model (2012. Nevertheless, the role of intellectual property rights ( iprs) and intangible assets in business is insufficiently understood accounting standards are generally not helpful in representing the worth of iprs in company accounts and iprs are often under-valued, under-managed or under-exploited.
Hoffman, and alan morrison, “redefining intellectual property value: the case of china,” price waterhouse coopers, 2005 3edward s steinfeld, playing our game: why china’s rise doesn’t threaten the west (new york: oxford university press, 2010), chap 4. He teaches and researches in the areas of copyright law, intellectual property law, property law, intellectual property and human rights, and technology and access to justice.
Rethinking us antitrust and intellectual property rights this article describes a different way to think about the relationship between competition policy and intellectual property rights, different from the dominant approach taken in the us.
Norms and values in digital media: rethinking intellectual property in the digital age 3 contents 4 introduction 4 project context and report objectives. Rethinking intellectual property: a reformed-libertarian perspective november 23, 2015 intellectual property is something of a debate within libertarian circles.
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A consistently applied natural rights theory of intellectual property is impossible and contradicts property rights of real and tangible goods, and thus all ip advocates adopt spurious distinctions, arbitrary terms, limits, and restrictions. Rethinking intellectual property is a deeply reflective conceptualisation of the modern principles of intellectual property law at both a national and an international level the first chapter investigates conflicts of interests relating to intellectual property and guiding principles for their resolution within its constitutional framework. The value of intellectual property, intangible assets and goodwill nevertheless, the role of intellectual property rights ( iprs) and intangible assets in business is insufficiently understood one of the key factors affecting a company’s success or failure is the degree to which it effectively exploits intellectual capital and values.