2017 | 102 | 289-305
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Zakres i dynamika licencjonowania nowych rozwiązań technicznych w wybranych krajach europejskich

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Scope and Dynamics of the Technology Licensing in Selected European Countries
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W artykule są prezentowane wyniki badań nad zakresem i dynamiką licencjonowania nowych rozwiązań technicznych w wybranych krajach europejskich. Dla osiągnięcia określonych w tekście artykułu celów badawczych wykorzystuje się zbiór metadanych patentowych Europejskiej Organizacji Patentowej oraz technologiczną tablicę łącznikową Światowej Organizacji Własności Intelektualnej. Biorąc pod uwagę udział licencjonowanych technologii danego kraju w całkowitej liczbie licencjonowanych technologii wszystkich krajów objętych badaniem, wyraźnym liderem jest Francja, druga plasuje się Wielka Brytania, trzecia Szwecja, a czwarte są Niemcy.
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