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World Intellectual Property Report 2013 - Brands: Reputation and Image in the Global Marketplace

WIPO's World Intellectual Property Report 2013 explores the role that brands play in today’s global marketplace. The Report looks at how branding behavior and trademark use have evolved in recent history, how they differ across countries, what is behind markets for brands, what lessons economic research holds for trademark policy, and how branding strategies influence companies' innovation activities.

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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 2013:944 and published in 2013.
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