Tailoring patent policy for developing economies
As intellectual property chapters are now regularly part of free trade agreements, countries need to have a clear view of what elements of a patent system will encourage domestic innovation and what elements will simply raise the cost of goods and services. Drawing on the range of empirical material available about patent systems, this paper presents an initial analysis of critical design elements to maximise economic welfare while implementing patent policy in developing and...[Show more]
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