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Problems of intellectual property management in innovative cluster
Abstract.This article is devoted to analyzing the intellectual property management features in the innovative cluster. The author substantiates the necessity for individual approach to intellectual resources management within the innovative cluster.The intellectual property management forms are being analyzed in connection with organizational-legal form of cluster managing entity. The international experience of intellectual property management functions transfer to outsourcing is being examined on the example of German regional Rhein-Necker cluster. The author analyzes cases of such transfer expediency.The main methods of this study are general scientific methods of analyze, synthesis, induction, compare, analogy and systemic method. The author makes a conclusion about efficiency of intellectual property management centralization and proves the expediency of special structure creation – intellectual property management center, which is vested with functions in intellectual property objects evaluation, their defense, commercialization potential evaluation, and essentially, commercialization. The other conclusion consists in optimality of exclusive license contract for accordance of access to intellectual property objects to organizations, which are participants of the cluster.
Keywords: intellectual property objects, results of intellectual activity, intellectual property, open space, innovations, cooperation, Cluster, intellectual rights, intellectual rights management, intellectual property management
Article was received:26-03-2016
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