Three Essays on Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries

Three Essays on Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries

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The first essay considers how a country's choice in IPRs relates to their stage in development. The essay is novel in that it brings to light evidence that a country's choice in IPRs as it develops (the longitudinal relationship) has a distinctly different IPR-per capita GDP relationship than it has when considering the IPR choice for a variety of countries in different stages of development, but at one point in time (the cross-sectional relationship). The second essay looks at whether IPRs in developing countries stimulate high technology exports from industrialized countries. By analyzing an array of different high technology exports to developing countries, it was determined which types of high technology goods were responsive and which appeared to not be significantly effected when developing countries strengthened domestic IPRs. The third essay explores whether stronger IPRs in developing countries will stimulate their export activity. The acquisition of IPRs in developing countries is found to have a significantly positive impact on developing country exports, suggesting a possible link between IPR policies and outward oriented development policies.Empirical analysis supports the theoretical model that IPR policies serve as an effective path to achieve export led ... The impact of innovation on export behavior is central to the product life cycle models seen in papers such as Vernon (1966), anbsp;...


Title:Three Essays on Intellectual Property Rights in Developing Countries
Author: Kristie N. Briggs
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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