Intellectual Property Management

The concept provides a brief but comprehensive overview of the history and fundamentals of intellectual property and provides some practical information on how companies can protect their own intellectual property.

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Intellectual Property Management

Intellectual Property Management Definition

Intellectual property/capital are terms used to describe intangible assets: the results of human endeavour that have value and are original, such as designs, publications, inventions, computer software and music. These assets increasingly making up a large proportion of company net worth. The protection and management of these assets has become a commercial imperative, requiring the development of a set of practices that are encompassed within field of Intellectual Property Management (IPM) (Paasi et al., 2010; Rivette and Kline, 2000).

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  • Al-Ali, N. (2003) Comprehensive Intellectual Capital management: Step-by-Step. Hoboken, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons.
  • Burnside, B. and Witkin, L. (2008) Forging Successful University-Industry Collaborations. Research Technology Management, Vol. 51(2), pp. 26-30.
  • De Andino, J., Michael, M. and Murphy, G.M. (2007) US Patent Office Delays Creating Limited and Late Protection. Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal, Vol. 19(11), pp. 17-20.
  • Granstrand, O. (1999) The Economics and Management of Intellectual Property: Towards Intellectual Capitalism. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham.

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