Patents and Innovations for Growth and Welfare
Chapter 7: Discussion and general innovation and IP policy recommendations
A changing economy calls for changing institutional roles, e.g. regarding the role of governments and transnational institutions. Develop a national culture for IP and I & E, strengthen the different types of entrepreneurship (independent, corporate, state, university) and innovation systems (national, sectorial, regional, corporate, military, university) and promote the different forms of open innovation through various means. Support the harmonization of the international patent system, the PCT system and the European UP and UPC and the rationalization of the international patent office organization and the European IP litigation system. Change certain aspects of patentability criteria. Create a national strategy council for innovations and IP.
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