IP RIGHTS REGULATIONS IN UKRAINE AND POLAND
AbstractNowadays we live in a world where education is very important and invention need to be wish the chances of new patent regulation of the market. In the involvement the university has the important educational issue, inventions must have opportunity to safety there IP (Intellectual property) rights. “The key forms of intellectual property are patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. Because intellectual property shares many of the characteristics of real and personal property,associated rights permit intellectual property to be treated as an asset that can be bought, sold, licensed, or even given away at no cost. IP laws enable owners, inventors, and creators to protect their property from unauthorized uses.Many problems started to become more concerned about the added value including to this rights,because we know its knowledge – how it is leading a successful future lives. IP is not a propaganda as we see in literature of subject those information. The knowledge how we used by proponents of copyrights and patents to promote the idea of innovation product in the market. The sad fact is patent are not only useless, in the market, because procedure of patenting solution is costing and timing. This creates large barriers to entry. We need to remember that they do not represent innovation at all. They are part of an arsenal used to fend off - patent lawsuits. This paper is structured as follows the theoretical information about IP right, included definition innovation, and simply information about knowing with own experience. Models what we describe in two chapter has discusses the rationale of knowing behind- how an innovation diffusion in academic range. However intellectual property are derived from human and capital source in university. To the end they conclude the paper with a discussion on the findings for IP right in two different country.
|Book||Nowak Mateusz (eds.): WYZWANIA I PERSPEKTYWY PRZEDSIĘBIORCZEJ ORGANIZACJI, 2016, Politechnika Czestochowska, ISBN 978-83-65179-52-4, 88 p.|
|Keywords in English||Intellectual Property, Copyright, Patent, Creation regulation, Innovation|
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