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Valuation and Exploitation of Intellectual Property

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  • Shigeki Kamiyama
  • Jerry Sheehan
  • Catalina Martinez

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As firms shift to more open models of innovation based on collaboration and external sourcing of knowledge, they are exploiting their intellectual property, notably patents, not only by incorporating protected inventions into new products, processes and services, but also by licensing them to other firms or public research organisations (PROs), using them as bargaining chips in negotiations with other firms, and as a means of attracting external financing from banks, venture capitalists and other sources... Valorisation et exploitation de la propriété intellectuelle A mesure que les entreprises s’orientent vers des modèles d’innovation plus ouverts fondés sur la collaboration et l’exploitation de sources externes de connaissances, elles tirent profit de leur propriété intellectuelle, notamment de leurs brevets, non seulement en intégrant des inventions protégées dans des produits, procédés et services nouveaux, mais aussi en les concédant sous licence à d’autres entreprises ou à des organismes de recherche publics, en les utilisant comme monnaie d’échange dans les négociations engagées avec d’autres entreprises et comme un moyen d’obtenir des financements extérieurs auprès des institutions bancaires, des investisseurs en capital-risque et d’autres sources...

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  • Shigeki Kamiyama & Jerry Sheehan & Catalina Martinez, 2006. "Valuation and Exploitation of Intellectual Property," OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers 2006/5, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:stiaaa:2006/5-en
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    10. Achleitner, Ann-Kristin & Nathusius, Eva & Schraml, Stephanie, 2007. "Quantitative valuation of platform technology based intangibles companies," CEFS Working Paper Series 2007-02, Technische Universität München (TUM), Center for Entrepreneurial and Financial Studies (CEFS).

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