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The economics and management of intellectual property: Towards intellectual capitalism

Опубликовано на портале: 27-10-2003
Изд-во: Edward Elgar, 1999, 464 с.
This unique book - informed by ten years' research - focuses on intellectual property and charts the global transition towards intellectual capitalism with technology-based corporations as prime movers. The book gives a comprehensive overview of the history and fundamentals of intellectual property as well as a textbook introduction to the field.

The book sheds new light on the economics and management of intellectual property in large corporations in Europe, Japan and the US. Special emphasis is given to strategies for the acquisition and commercialization of new technologies, patent strategies and strategies for secrecy and trademark, technology intelligence and corporate management of intellectual property. It includes an in-depth study of leading large corporations in Japan - including Canon, Hitachi, Toshiba and Sony. In conclusion, it explores the possible evolution of intellectual property management towards a distributed intellectual capital management in the context of a wider transition to intellectual capitalism, fueled by new technologies in general and new infocom technologies in particular.



  1. From Intellectual Property to Intellectual Capitalism
  2. Philosophy and History of Intellectual Property
  3. Patents and Intellectual Property: A General Framework
  4. The Technology-Based Firm: A General Framework
  5. Japanese Patenting An Overview
  6. Technology and Commercialization Strategies
  7. Intellectual Property Policies and Strategies
  8. Intellectual Property Organization and Management
  9. Analysis of Patent Information
  10. Intellectual Capitalism and Beyond