By Mario Cimoli, Annalisa Primi (auth.), Jorge Mario Martínez-Piva (eds.)
The wealth of the main built international locations, and, to a wide volume their monetary progress, may be defined via the capacities to generate learn, create wisdom, applicable it and rework it into new applied sciences. The research of the dynamics and modern mechanisms for the stream, entry, and advertisement software of data is an pressing activity, because the features relating to technological switch seem more and more to be the trail for constructing international locations to maneuver clear of their situation at the periphery.
Knowledge iteration and defense, edited via Jorge Mario Martínez-Piva, and showcasing learn from lecturers, policymakers, and specialists, bargains an research of 3 primary issues. the 1st is whether or not strengthening defense of highbrow estate encourages or hinders technological studying and innovation within the constructing nations. the second one addresses the way wisdom is generated and the way it's reworked into necessary expertise for the marketplace, that's, how nationwide innovation structures paintings. The 3rd is the function of public coverage as an software for innovation and for regulating highbrow estate. Chapters discover the relationships between highbrow estate, innovation, fiscal improvement, and coverage extensive, with specific recognition to such rising subject matters because the effect of alternate agreements on highbrow estate rights and delicate matters for constructing nations reminiscent of entry to drugs, and safeguard of organic variety, residing organisms, and conventional wisdom. numerous chapters specialise in Mexico, which serves as a big instance because the purely constructing state that may be a member of OECD and has a wealthy background of commercial coverage, technological know-how and know-how coverage, and exchange openness. The concluding bankruptcy argues that if constructing nations search to advance dynamic competitiveness in line with wisdom and innovation within the current context of rigorous highbrow estate rules, they need to take a jump of their technology and expertise regulations to use the transforming into international marketplace and open up long term improvement paths.
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