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Intellectual Property Government Open Data: Australian Business Number Links to All Intellectual Property Data in Australia

Benjamin Mitra-Kahn, Matthew Johnson, Bradley Man and Luke Meehan ()

Australian Economic Review, 2016, vol. 49, issue 1, 96-104

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Intellectual property rights protect the fruits of investment in intangible assets, such as inventions and innovations, creative content, designs, brand recognition and reputation, through five broad arms: patents, trade marks, design rights, plant breeder's rights and copyright. All of these rights, with the exception of copyright, are administered by IP Australia. To facilitate analysis of these rights, IP Australia released Intellectual Property Government Open Data (IPGOD) on > >. IPGOD is a weekly updated, publically accessible database that provides access to 100-plus years of non-sensitive administrative data on intellectual property rights held in IP Australia's databases that are linked to Australian Business Numbers and Australian Company Numbers.

Date: 2016
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