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Economic impacts of intellectual property-conditioned government incentives.

Contributor(s): Prud'homme, Dan [Editor] | Song, Hefa [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Singapore Springer 2016Description: x, 328 p.ISBN: 9789811011177.Subject(s): Intellectual property | Economic policy | International law | Law and economics | Subcidies - China | Intellectual property - Government policy | Tax incentivesDDC classification: 330 Summary: This book provides new insights into the economic impacts, strategic objectives and legal structures of an emerging branch of government incentives conditioned on meeting intellectual property-related requirements. Despite becoming more common in recent years, such incentives – ranging from patent fee subsidies and patent box tax deductions to inventor remuneration schemes – are still under-researched. A diverse range of analytical methods, including econometric analyses, case studies and comparative legal analysis, are used to study these incentives in countries in Europe and China. Scholars, policymakers and practitioners can benefit from the conceptual and practical insights as well as policy recommendations provided. http://www.springer.com/in/book/9789811011177
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This book provides new insights into the economic impacts, strategic objectives and legal structures of an emerging branch of government incentives conditioned on meeting intellectual property-related requirements. Despite becoming more common in recent years, such incentives – ranging from patent fee subsidies and patent box tax deductions to inventor remuneration schemes – are still under-researched. A diverse range of analytical methods, including econometric analyses, case studies and comparative legal analysis, are used to study these incentives in countries in Europe and China. Scholars, policymakers and practitioners can benefit from the conceptual and practical insights as well as policy recommendations provided.


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