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Intellectual property rights and foreign direct investment

Intellectual property rights and foreign direct investment

how an adequate protection mechanism can augment foreign direct investment in emerging economics

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StatementTareq Mahbub
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 84 p.
Number of Pages84
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Open LibraryOL25271160M
LC Control Number2012335290

This discerning book examines the interface between intellectual property and foreign direct investments to consider one key question: how does the international investment law framework and the international legal regime regulating intellectual property converge? The book scrutinizes circumstances in which and to what extent international. Developing Asian countries are strengthening their intellectual property rights (IPR) regime as they themselves become producers of intellectual property. At the same time, developing Asia has attracted large amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI) and this trend is expected to continue in light of the region’s strong growth by: 4.

Intellectual Property Rights, Imitation, and Foreign Direct Investment: Theory and Evidence Lee Branstetter, Raymond Fisman, C. Fritz Foley, Kamal Saggi NBER Working Paper No. Cited by: While existing literature examined the impact of intellectual property protection on the volume of foreign direct investment (FDI), little is known about its effect on the composition of FDI inflows. This paper addresses this question empirically using a unique firm-level Cited by:

About this book The protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs) is a contentious issue in developing and emerging economies. While countries like China are often reluctant to strengthen IPRs, industrialized countries complain about welfare losses in their markets due to foreign counterfeiting and piracy. intellectual property protection on the volume of foreign on intellectual property rights. The results also indicate direct investment (FDI), little is known about its effect that a weak intellectual property regime encourages on the composition of FDI inflows. Smarzynska investors to undertake projects focusing on distribution.


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What is the level of convergence between the international investment law framework and the international legal regime regulating intellectual property rights. This discerning book examines the interface between intellectual property and foreign direct investments. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, the author scrutinizes the circumstances in which, and the extent to which, international investment law's traditional protective standards apply to intellectual property rights by: 1.

This paper develops a North-South product model in which Southern imitation and the North-South flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) are endogenously determined. In the model, a strengthening of IPR protection in the South reduces the rate of imitation, which, in turn, increases the flow of by: Abstract.

This paper develops a product cycle model with endogenous innovation, imitation, and foreign direct investment (FDI). We use this model to determine how stronger intellectual property rights (IPR) protection in the South affects innovation, imitation and FDI.

We find that stronger IPR protection keeps multinationals safer from imitation, but no more so than Northern by: Strengthening IPRs in the context of economic integration will influence the incentives of U.S. and other foreign firms to acquire or establish subsidiaries in this region. If DR-CAFTA seeks to use IPRs to influence inward foreign direct investment, an important first step concerns factors that complement IPR policies, and a second step concerns the quality of FDI.

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Intellectual property rights and foreign direct investment 1 1 Introduction In recent years, the literature on product cycle models has made some important strides. Yet while Vernon's () original vision of the product cycle assigns a central role to foreign direct investment (FDI), most models capturing his ideas cast imitation as the only.

This paper critically examines provisions of intellectual property on multilateral and bilateral foreign investment treaties and the impact of intellectual property rights on the determination of Author: Ramesh Karky.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper examines how intellectual property rights (IPR) protection affects innovation and foreign direct investment (FDI) using a North–South quality-ladder model incorporating the exogenous and costless imitation of technology and subsidy policies for both R&D and FDI.

We show that for the interior steady state to be stable, either R&D or FDI subsidy. Intellectual Property Rights and Foreign Direct Investment. Keith E. Maskus Professor of Economics University of Colorado, Boulder, USA Phone: () Email: @ May ABSTRACT.

This paper reviews the theory and evidence on how intellectual property rights may influence decisions on FDI and technology transfers. However, such agreements also bear potential for trade and investment diversion and should be considered carefully in each instance.

Key words: multinational corporations, intellectual property rights, World Trade Organisation, foreign direct investmentCited by: Intellectual property rights, licensing, and innovation in an endogenous product-cycle model rIntellectual property rights and foreign direct investment 22 Footnotes 1Here, FDI is endogenously.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT Keith Maskus This paper reviews the theory and evidence on how intellectual property rights may influence decisions on FDI and technology Author: Keith E.

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There have been several econometric studies that have tried to evaluate the effect of IPR regimes on. Nunnenkamp, P., and J. Spatz (). Intellectual Property Rights and Foreign Direct Investment: The Role of Industry and Host-Country Characteristics.

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New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. "Foreign Direct Investment, Intellectual Property Rights, and Productivity Growth," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Khee Giap Tan & Kong Yam Tan (ed.), Foreign Direct Investment and Small and Medium Enterprises Productivity and Access to Finance, chapter 4, pagesWorld Scientific Publishing Co.

Pte. : Sasatra Sudsawasd, Santi Chaisrisawatsuk. This article reflects on foreign direct investment (FDI) and intellectual property rights (IPRs) over the long term, and analyzes the case of Spain during the nineteenth and twentieth by: 2. Intellectual Property Rights, Imitation, and Foreign Direct Investment: Theory and Evidence Lee Branstetter, Raymond Fisman, C.

Fritz Foley, and Kamal Saggi NBER Working Paper No. April JEL No. F23,O33,O34 ABSTRACT This paper theoretically and empirically analyzes the effect of strengthening intellectual property rightsCited by: The purpose is to examine how intellectual property rights (IPR) protection affects innovation, foreign direct investment (FDI), and welfare analytically.

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