Global Intellectual Property (IP) Markets (Technical Insights)
IP has evolved rapidly as a global transactional asset of significant financial value. IP impacts corporate R&D, Trade Policy, Economic planning, Innovation Policy and Growth. New evolving business models impact all technology verticals and a diverse array of markets from financial, technology, legal and other more complex plays. Market players who participate in such transactions have constantly been in news. This analysis highlights the activities of such players, their business models and the financial impact of their activities on global markets. This helps to assess the impact that the transactional IP market place can have on the global economy and its implications for technology innovation intensive industries and growth policy.
Boundaries of an intellectual property (IP) transaction are no longer limited by IP developers and IP licensees.
The number of participants in the IP market place has increased over the years.
Non-performing entities have been making news.
Patent wars raging amongst different market participants in the telecommunication and pharmaceutical sectors.
Transactions in patents have increased by many folds and through a varied genre of participants.
Economic significance highlights the mired dynamics.
It seems relevant and timely to examine the rapidly evolving mechanisms involved in IP transactions, cumulatively referred to as the IP markets.
The research is divided into the following parts:
The classification of the IP markets value chain and the different market participants in each of the classes.
The business models employed by market participants.
The different business and legal environments that exist currently in the IP markets scenario.
The new and upcoming trends in the IP markets.
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