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World Intellectual Property Report 2011- The Changing Face of Innovation

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WIPO’s World Intellectual Property Report 2011 focuses on the Changing Face of Innovation. It describes key trends in the innovation landscape – including the increasingly open, international and collaborative character of the innovation process; the causes of the increased demand for IP rights; and the rising importance of technology markets.

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This book is provided by World Intellectual Property Organization - Economics and Statistics Division in its series WIPO Economics & Statistics Series with number 2011:944 and published in 2011.

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