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Intellectual property protection and the international marketing of agricultural biotechnology: firm and host country impacts.

Goldsmith, Peter D.; Ramos, Gabriel; Steiger, Carlos; Goldsmith, Peter D.; Ramos, Gabriel; Steiger, Carlos;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2001
Abstract
The protection of intellectual property rights has been a contentious issue over the last 20 years. Industrialized nations have moved to knowledge-based economies and simultaneously trade barriers have fallen, making intellectual property vulnerable. Adding to this vulnerability are conflicting international institutional environments, belief systems, and economic realities. The debate over IPR protection has become a significant global trade issue pitting the net- technology producing North against the net-technology consuming South. The North maintains a comprehensive IPR institutional environment and actively employs enforcement mechanisms. The South on the o...
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free text keywords: Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies,, Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies, Trade barrier, Balance sheet, Economy, Strategic business unit, Business, Economic impact analysis, Human capital, Human resources, business.industry, Empirical research, Public economics, Intellectual property
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