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Enhancing intellectual property use for a stronger innovation ecosystem in Poland

Tony Clayton, Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Hélène Dernis, Laurence Joly, Victoria Magdalinski, Laurent Moussiegt and Mark Schankerman

No 138, OECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers from OECD Publishing

Abstract: The paper presents a comprehensive assessment of the strengths and limitations of the intellectual property (IP) system in Poland. It offers policy recommendations to fully exploit the potential of IP to support an innovation-based economy. It finds that the key components of an effective IP strategy in Poland should include the promotion of IP use among economic actors and other stakeholders as well as information campaigns and training programmes to raise awareness and knowledge about the advantages of IP. Recommendations also include reducing barriers to IP use by lowering the costs of and simplifying IP-related procedures, and promoting the valorisation of IP held by universities to enhance technology transfer to the business sector.

Date: 2023-02-09
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