The policy dilemma of the unitary patent
Jérôme Danguy () and
Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie
Working Papers from Bruegel
This paper provides new evidence about the budgetary consequences – for patent offices – of the coexistence of the forthcoming Unitary Patent (UP) with the current European Patent (EP). Simulation results illustrate a dilemma between (1) high UP renewal fees to ensure enough financial income for all national patent offices (NPOs) and (2) low UP renewal fees to make the UP system affordable, with very few NPOs losing on financial...
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