Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system

V.F. Rodriguez, Jos Leijten, Giuseppe Scellato, Bianca Poti, Ove Granstrand

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The European Parliament has been working towards building a discussion platform and a resource for further policy actions in the field of intellectual property rights. The Science and Technology Options Assessment Panel has set the goal of further enlarging the area of investigation in light of recent policy developments at the European level. In particular, the current study covers current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system, such as the backlog issue, the enhancement of patent awareness within the European Parliament, patent enforcement, the regional dimension of intellectual property in Europe, patents and standardisation, the use of existing patents, and patents and competition. These issues were discussed in the conference with stakeholders from European to national patent offices, from private to public sector actors. As a result of the conference, it was stated the need for an IP strategy for Europe
Original languageUndefined
Place of PublicationBrussels
PublisherSTOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment
Number of pages67
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Rodriguez, V. F., Leijten, J., Scellato, G., Poti, B., & Granstrand, O. (2009). Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system. Brussels: STOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment.
Rodriguez, V.F. ; Leijten, Jos ; Scellato, Giuseppe ; Poti, Bianca ; Granstrand, Ove. / Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system. Brussels : STOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment, 2009. 67 p.
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Rodriguez, VF, Leijten, J, Scellato, G, Poti, B & Granstrand, O 2009, Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system. STOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment, Brussels.

Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system. / Rodriguez, V.F.; Leijten, Jos; Scellato, Giuseppe; Poti, Bianca; Granstrand, Ove.

Brussels : STOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment, 2009. 67 p.

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Rodriguez VF, Leijten J, Scellato G, Poti B, Granstrand O. Current policy issues in the governance of the European patent system. Brussels: STOA, Science and Technology Options Assessment, 2009. 67 p.