Co-management Model for Dealing with Intellectual Property Rights in Standards

Xiaoyan Du, Xianghua Zhu

Abstract


As the technical barriers characterized by standards including intellectual property right (IPR) have restricted industrial development in China, to improve industry core competence through self-innovation and standardization and industrialization of independent intellectual property has come to our primary task. On base of the situation in China, the problems arisen from IPRs in standards relate to the government, standardization organizations, enterprises, colleges and universities, scientific research institutions and so on, then how to make the stakeholders cooperate with each other becomes the key point. This paper analyzed current situation of each stakeholder, constructed co-management model including instructing of the government and governmental standardization organizations, folk industrial associations as bridge, industry and research integration with enterprises as the mainstay and with colleges and universities, scientific research institutions as pioneers.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n6p97

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