Mechanism of Intellectual Property Management in Engineering Companies
The article offers a mechanism of intellectual property management in engineering companies, which envisages synthesis of a system of opinions upon provision of management with existing objects of intellectual property (IP) in a company with the aim to attract them into economic turnover and increase efficiency of their use. Application of the described mechanism of IP management would provide a company with realisation of monopoly rights on results of intellectual activity and would facilitate growth of proceeds from quality increase or cost reduction, sales markets expansion, increase of efficiency and effectiveness of economic activity in general. Introduction of the proposed mechanism requires establishment of an IP patenting department in a company. The specialist of this department should be competent in matters of assessment, protection, commercialisation, registration of rights on IP objects and search of information.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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