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Does stronger protection of intellectual property have effect on trade?

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In thus study we explore the association between patent protection and international trade, using data for 114 countries for the 2010-2015 years. Our results suggest non-linear (inverted U shape) link between IPR protection index and trade as a share of GDP.

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  • Odilova, Shoirahon, 2016. "Does stronger protection of intellectual property have effect on trade?," MPRA Paper 75600, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    trade; IPR; copyright; patents;
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    • F1 - International Economics - - Trade

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