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by James A. Lewis

  • ISBN: 0892065125
  • Category: Law
  • Author: James A. Lewis
  • Subcategory: Business
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Center for Strategic & International Studies (February 8, 2008)
  • Pages: 96 pages
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Intellectual Property Protection. Promoting Innovation in a Global Information Economy.

Intellectual Property Protection. A Report of the CSIS Technology and Public Policy Program. In a global information economy, where the creation of new ideas and knowledge will be the most valuable economic activity, governments that impede creation of new knowledge will be doing their citizens and others a disservice. All the counterarguments undervalue the benefits of strong IPR for innovation.

Intellectual Property Protection: Promoting Innovation in a Global Information Economy. ISBN 978-0-89206-512-7. Jeffrey W. Knopf; Steven Metz; James Andrew Lewis (11 June 2013). Thresholds in Uncertainty". Declaration of James A. Lewis, . China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations. The report examines the status of international IPR in general and the relation of IPR to innovation in such developing economies as China, India, and Brazil, among others. ISBN 978-0-89206-512-7 (pb). The author concludes that a well-constructed IP system accelerates innovation and that the damage from weak IP protections to developing nations’ abilities to innovate and grow outweighs any temporary benefit they might offer.

Intellectual Property Protection book. This new report explores the critical role of intellectual property protection (IPR) in a global information economy and argues that the extent to which countries protect intellectual property will determine how well they perform in the new economic environment.

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James Lewis at Stockholm Internet Forum 2014. James Andrew Lewis is the Director and Senior Fellow of the Technology and Public Policy Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, . YouTube Encyclopedic. Lewis has authored more than eight publications since coming to CSIS,, on cybersecurity, innovation, military space, and identity management. He was the Project Director for CSIS’s Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency. In 1984, Lewis earned a P.  . Intellectual Property Protection: Promoting Innovation in a Global Information Economy.

less more . Book Details. James A. Lewis is a senior fellow and director of the Technology and Public Policy Program at CSIS. Intellectual Property Protection. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Center for Strategic & International Studies. Series: CSIS Reports. Subjects: Political Science, General.

Intellectual property protection (IP) is important to fostering innovation and .

Intellectual property protection (IP) is important to fostering innovation and encouraging creativity. Without the protection of ideas, businesses and individuals would not get the full benefit of their inventions and creations and this could stifle innovation. The global economy has made IP protection necessary, not just in your home country but in foreign countries. Digitalization has made drawing the line between what is IP and what is not a little more complicated, even when the basic concepts behind IP remain the same.

Request PDF Intellectual Property in an Innovation-based Economy . Intellectual property system is obliged to guarantee social progress by enhancement of innovation

Request PDF Intellectual Property in an Innovation-based Economy The process of transformation into an innovation-based economy has had a considerable impact on the intellectual property (IP) system .Intellectual property system is obliged to guarantee social progress by enhancement of innovation. From the Estonian perspective, intellectual property is an essential mechanism to sustain the transformation into a knowledge-based economy and the development of Europe.

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In this article, however, the focus is on technological innovations But differences of opinion persist amongst economists and policymakers about the exact role of intellectual property.

In this article, however, the focus is on technological innovations. Nowadays, it is generally accepted that in a knowledge-driven, competitive business environment, technological innovation (hereafter, for the sake of simplicity, simply called ‘innovation’) is a principal determinant of successful firm performance. But differences of opinion persist amongst economists and policymakers about the exact role of intellectual property (IP) in relation to innovation.

Deep changes in the ways that people create ideas, goods, and wealth are reshaping the global economy. These changes make innovation the creation of new goods and services the center of economic activity. This new report explores the critical role of intellectual property protection (IPR) in a global information economy and argues that the extent to which countries protect intellectual property will determine how well they perform in the new economic environment.

The report examines the status of international IPR in general and the relation of IPR to innovation in such developing economies as China, India, and Brazil, among others. The author concludes that a well-constructed IP system accelerates innovation and that the damage from weak IP protections to developing nations' abilities to innovate and grow outweighs any temporary benefit they might offer. Although IP protection is not sufficient in itself for innovation and growth, countries with strong IPR are better economic performers. Moreover, enforcement of IPR is a good measure of a country s business environment. Countries with weak IPR have not performed as well as others and will perform even less well in the future knowledge economy if they do not improve their IP rules and the enforcement of rights.



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