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Title: Intellectual property management in innovative small firms
Authors: Dickson, K
Keywords: Innovation
Small Firms
Intellectual Property
IPR
Patents
SMEs
Copyright
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Japan Academy for Small Business Studies.Yokohama, Japan.
Citation: Japan Academy for Small Business Studies,24th Annual Conference,October 2004.Japan.pp 1-13
Abstract: This keynote address offers an introductory overview of three key and inter-related business phenomena – small firms, innovation and intellectual property management – that have important repercussions for economic development. The discussion will draw predominantly on the findings of a series of academic research projects that were collectively presented in "Intellectual Property and Innovation Management in Small Firms" (Blackburn R (Ed), Routledge, 2003). The projects all dealt with issues of how small firms used intellectual property rights within their business, either as protection of their intellectual capital or as sources of new information.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2150
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