English Polski
Akademia Morska w Szczecinie

DSpace Home

DSpace/Manakin Repository

Show simple item record

Author Poszewiecki, Andrzej
Affiliation University of Gdansk, Faculty of Economics
E-mail andrzej.poszewiecki@gmail.com
ISSN printed 1733-8670
URI https://repository.scientific-journals.eu/handle/123456789/2562
Abstract Various economic theories indicate that many factors determine the competitive position of national economies. In addition to classical factors such as natural resources, technology, and capital (including human capital), other elements include openness and readiness to generate and implement innovation. An important role is played by institutional and legal systems, which provide economic liberty, free competition, and protection against monopolies, corruption, and crime. According to some research, an important role is also played by issues related to intellectual property (and more precisely, industrial property). The purpose of this article is to verify the importance of intellectual property on economic development. For this purpose, literary studies and patent research were primarily used, including an analysis of the relative specialization index (RSI). The analysis results indicated that the effect of IPP on GNP was not explicit and, depending on the starting position of an economy, and an increase in IPP outlays may have various effects. Another important finding is the extraordinarily dynamic growth of the Chinese economy, as measured by patent indices.
Pages 217-224
Publisher Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie
Keywords Competitiveness
Keywords Intellectual property
Keywords Relative Specialization Index (RSI)
Keywords Innovation
Keywords Patents
Keywords Universities
Title Relationship between intellectual property and economic competitiveness
References
  1. Bessen, J. & Maskin, E. (2009) Sequential Innovation, Patents, and Imitation. RAND Journal of Economics 40, 4, pp. 611–635.
  2. Bochańczyk-Kupka, D. (2017) Państwo a ochrona własności intelektualnej. Studia Ekonomiczne 311, pp. 156–166.
  3. Boldrin, M. & Levine, D.K. (2004) Rent-seeking and innovation. Journal of Monetary Economics 51, 1, pp. 127–160.
  4. Briggs, K. (2010) Intellectual property rights and development: the spatial relationships. Journal of Economic Studies 37, 5, pp. 525–543.
  5. Chen, Y. & Puttitanun, T. (2005) Intellectual property rights and innovation in developing countries. Journal of Development Economics 78, 2, pp. 474–493.
  6. Chu, A.C., Cozzi, G. & Galli, S. (2014) Stage-dependent intellectual property rights. Journal of Development Economics 106, pp. 239–249.
  7. EPO (2019) European Patent Office. [Online] Available from: www.epo.org [Accessed: August 02, 2019].
  8. EUIPO (2016) Intellectual Property and Youth, Scoreboard. [Online] Available from: https://euipo.europa.eu [Accessed: July 25, 2019].
  9. Falvey, R., Foster, N. & Greenaway, D. (2006) Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth. Review of Development Economics 10, 4, pp. 700–719.
  10. Furukawa, Y. (2010) Intellectual Property Protection and Innovation: An Inverted-U Relationship. Economics Letters 109, 2, pp. 99–101.
  11. Gold, E.R., Morin, J.F. & Shadeed, E. (2019) Does intellectual property lead to economic growth? Insights from a novel IP dataset. Regulation & Governance 13, pp. 107–124.
  12. Hall, B.H. & Harhoff, D. (2012) Recent research on the economics of patents. Annual Review of Economics 4, 1, pp. 541–565.
  13. Hudson, J. & Minea, A. (2013) Innovation, intellectual property rights, and economic development: a unified empirical investigation. World Development 46, pp. 66–78.
  14. Intarakumnerd, P. & Charoenporn, P. (2015) Impact of stronger patent regimes on technology transfer: The case study of Thai automotive industry. Research Policy 44, 7, pp. 1314–1326.
  15. Ivus, O., Park, W. & Saggi, K. (2016) Intellectual property protection and the industrial composition of multinational activity. Economic Inquiry 54, 2, pp. 1968–1085.
  16. Kanwar, S. & Evenson, R. (2003) Does intellectual property protection spur technological change? Oxford Economic Papers 55, 2, pp. 235–264.
  17. Kim, Y.K., Lee, K., Park, W.G. & Choo, K. (2012) Appropriate Intellectual Property Protection and Economic Growth in Countries at Different Levels of Development. Research Policy 41, pp. 358–375.
  18. Landes, W.M. & Posner, R.A. (2003) The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law. Cambridge, Massachusetts, London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
  19. Lerner, J. (2009) The empirical impact of intellectual property rights on innovation: Puzzles and clues. American Economic Review 99, 2, pp. 343–348.
  20. Lopez, A. (2009) Innovation and Appropriability, Empirical Evidence and Research Agenda. In: The Economics of Intellectual Property: Suggestions for Further Research in Developing Countries and Countries with Economies in Transition, edited by World Intellectual Property Organization, pp. 1–32.
  21. Maskus, K.E. (2000) Intellectual property rights in the global economy. Peterson Institute for International Economics.
  22. Morin, J.F. & Gold, E.R. (2014) An integrated model of legal transplantation: the diffusion of intellectual property law in developing countries. International Studies Quarterly 58, 4, pp. 781–792.
  23. Murray, F. & Stern, S (2007) Do Formal Intellectual Property Rights Hinder the Free Flow of Scientific Knowledge? An Empirical Test of the Anti-Commons Hypothesis. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 63, 4, pp. 648–687.
  24. NBP (2016) Potencjał innowacyjny gospodarki: uwarunkowania, determinanty, perspektywy. Warszawa: NBP.
  25. Park, W.G. & Ginarte, J.C. (1997) Intellectual property rights and economic growth. Contemporary Economic Policy 15, 3, pp. 51–61.
  26. Schneider, P. (2005) International trade, economic growth and intellectual property rights: A panel data study of developed and developing countries. Journal of Development Economics 78, 2, pp. 529–547.
  27. Sweet, C.M. & Maggio, D.S.E. (2015) Do stronger intellectual property rights increase innovation? World Development 66, pp. 665–677.
  28. Treaty (1967) Convention Establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization. [Online]. Available from: https:// treaties.un.org/doc/Publication/UNTS/Volume%20828/volume- 828-I-11846 English.pdf [Accessed: July 25, 2019].
  29. WIPO (2019) World Intellectual Property Organization. [Online] Available from: www.wipo.org [Accessed: August 02, 2019].
ISSN on-line 2392-0378
Language English
Funding No data
Figures 8
Tables 6
DOI 10.17402/392
Published 2019-12-27
Accepted 2019-11-25
Recieved 2019-08-05


Files in this item

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record

Search repository

Advanced Search

Browse

My Account

RSS Feeds