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An Empirical Study to Support Intellectual Property Strategy Planning in Firms : The Use of Intellectual Property Roadmap
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An Empirical Study to Support Intellectual Property Strategy Planning in Firms : The Use of Intellectual Property Roadmap
Cho, Chanwoo; Lee, Sungjoo;
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 Abstract
To strengthen competences, most of firms have co-operated with external partners. This increases the possibility of unexpected conflicts between firms due to the intellectual property litigation. A suitable intellectual property strategy for firms has to be developed to settle this issue. This study aims to analyze an utilization of intellectual property strategy in firms, and tries to suggest a concept of IP roadmap to support intellectual property strategy planning aligned with technology planning process. For the purposes, we derive five types of intellectual property strategy of firms using Korea Innovation Survey. Then, we explore significant affecting factors using a decision-tree and conduct in-depth analysis for them. Lastly, we suggest a concept of IP roadmap, which can be a supporting tool for developing intellectual property strategy in firms, based on analysis results.
 Keywords
Innovation;Intellectual property;Intellectual property strategy;Classification;IP roadmap;
 Language
Korean
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