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Les droits de propriété intellectuelle, une nouvelle arme stratégique des firmes

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  • Isabelle Liotard

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[fre] Les droits de propriété intellectuelle ont été établis à l'origine pour protéger l'inventeur de l'imitation frauduleuse. Parallèlement, la littérature économique considère ce système juridique comme un élément favorisant la dissémination de l'information et participant à la dynamique du progrès technique. Or, aujourd'hui, les DPI sont progressivement utilisés par les firmes comme des outils stratégiques, les conduisant à dresser des barrières à l'entrée, à exclure et interdire, à agir directement sur le contenu et la diffusion des innovations. Le cadre spécifique de la normalisation du téléphone mobile européen GSM constitue un cas intéressant mettant en évidence de telles stratégies. [eng] Intellectual property rights have been established at the outset in order to protect the inventor against imitation. At the same time, economic litterature considers that this system favours information diffusion and contributes to the dynamic of technical progress. But nowadays IPR are progressively used by firms as strategic assets, by creating barriers to entry, by excluding or forbidding, or by acting directiy on the shape and the diffusion of innovation. The specific area of official standardization of the european mobile phone is an interesting case of those strategies.

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  • Isabelle Liotard, 1999. "Les droits de propriété intellectuelle, une nouvelle arme stratégique des firmes," Revue d'Économie Industrielle, Programme National Persée, vol. 89(1), pages 69-84.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recind:rei_0154-3229_1999_num_89_1_1756
    DOI: 10.3406/rei.1999.1756
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    1. Fabienne Orsi & Jean-Paul Moatti, 2001. "D'un droit de propriété intellectuelle sur le vivant aux firmes de génomique : vers une marchandisation de la connaissance scientifique sur le génome humain," Économie et Prévision, Programme National Persée, vol. 150(4), pages 123-138.
    2. Romain Gandia & Elodie Gardet, 2012. "Sources de dépendance et stratégies pour innover. Une application aux studios de jeu vidéo français," Post-Print hal-01293352, HAL.

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