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Una propuesta metodológica de discriminación de segundo grado: el caso de tarifas multiclase para el registro marcario en Colombia durante el año 2012

  • Juan Pablo Herrera Saavedra

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  • Jacobo Campo Robledo

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  • Natalia Cantor Vargas

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  • Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutiérrez

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Este documento presenta una aproximación metodológica a la discriminación de segundo grado. El modelo formulado es aplicado al caso de registro marcario de tarifas multiclase a propósito de la adhesión de Colombia al Protocolo de Madrid en 2011. La metodología propuesta está construida con el ánimo de minimizar el efecto negativo en el recaudo total de una firma dispuesta a realizar el mecanismo de discriminación de segundo grado. Adicionalmente, se describe la implementación de la propuesta sugerida al registro marcario multiclase en Colombia por parte de la entidad administradora de propiedad industrial en Colombia.

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Paper provided by SUPERINTENDENCIA DE INDUSTRIA Y COMERCIO in its series ESTUDIOS ECONÓMICOS SIC with number 010746.

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Date of creation: 28 Mar 2013
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Handle: RePEc:col:000458:010746
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