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Scientometrics Profile of Global Intellectual Property Rights Research
Gnanasekaran, D.; Balamurugan, S.;
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 Abstract
The authors in this paper aim to identify the growth of literature on Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). The research publications on IPRs were downloaded from the Scopus online citation database and the authors found that there were 1,513,138 records contributed globally over a period of 10 years from 2005 to 2014. The distribution of publications based on the year, country, and document type were studied. Relative growth rate (RGR) of the publications and doubling time (Td) were calculated. Most productive organizations, source titles, and the productive authors on IPR research were studied. Most cited articles in the study area were identified. The results show that a number of publications under the subjects Medicine and Engineering were produced. The developed countries are very active in IPR research and producing publications. It is found that one institution which holds the sixth place among the top 10 most productive institutions belongs to Brazil, a developing country. Two developing countries such as China and India hold second and tenth positions respectively in the top 10 countries contributing literature on IPRs.
 Keywords
Intellectual Property Rights;IPR;Copyright;Patent;Trademarks;Industrial Design;Geographical Indications;Layout-Design;Trade Secrets;Bibliometrics;Scientometrics;
 Language
English
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