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When do patents encourage competition, when do they hamper it? How should society design the compromise between the interest of the inventor and the interest of the users of patented inventions? How should the patent system adapt to new technological areas? These questions and many more are addressed by the authors in this groundbreaking analysis of the economics behind the European patent system. Beginning with the history and principles of the patent system, the book then examines the economic effects of patenting on innovation and the diffusion of technology and growth.
Throughout the book the theory and the reality are discussed alongside real world examples and comparison between the European, USA, and Japanese patent systems. Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks as.
Hall and David Ulph. Trade secrets have no time limit. Using productivity growth as an innovation indicator , It is therefore a key component of the patent system. Too much disclosure might even result in a negative patent premium.
Download full text from publisher To our knowledge, this item is not available for download. To find whether it is available, there are three options: 1. Check below whether another version of this item is available online. The Darts-ip report marks a significant turning point for both European innovators and policy makers, and comes at a critical time.
The event will bring together a select group of high-level experts including lawyers, judges, policy makers, Member State officials, European business leaders and civil society representatives. Which countries and sectors are most at risk? How can EU policy action prevent damage to innovation in Europe? He focuses on trade agreements, IT, migration and climate policies.
Andersson was the rapporteur for the Marrakech Treaty and has taken the initiative for two pilot projects within the EU promoting open source and increased participation of citizens in the legislative process. He is also a Member of the Committee of Legal Affairs where he works for increased transparency and democracy. Prior to being elected to the European Parliament in , she held various ministerial positions in Luxembourgish governments over the past 20 years. Klaus Haft President, European Patent Lawyers Association Hoyng Rokh Monegier Klaus Haft obtained his physics degree in , became an attorney in , and advises on patent infringement litigation cases, subsequent litigation regarding damages as well as licenses in the entire area of intellectual property law, particularly in the fields of patents.