Assessing the effects of international research collaboration on the invention process: some evidence from triadic patent data
Sadao Nagaoka and
Chapter 7 in Intellectual Property for Economic Development, 2014, pp 159-179 from Edward Elgar Publishing
Protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs) serves a dual role in economic development. While it promotes innovation by providing legal protection of inventions, it may retard catch-up and learning by restricting the diffusion of innovations. Does stronger IPR protection in a developing country encourage technology development in or technology transfer to that country? This book aims to address the issue, covering diverse forms of IPRs, diverse actors in innovation, and diverse cases from Asia and Latin America.
Keywords: Economics and Finance; Innovations and Technology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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