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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53638
Doc. No:TL23592
Call number:‭3366676‬
Main Entry:Ersan Ozkan
Title & Author:The politics and economics of software intellectual property rights: Interacting policies of the United States, United Kingdom, Romania, Turkey, and international organizationsErsan Ozkan
College:State University of New York at Albany
Date:2009
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2009
Page No:359
Abstract:The Intellectual Property Rights is one of the key issues of the global economy as knowledge has become a key element in international trade. As the process of digitalization spreads, Software Intellectual Property Rights (SIPR) have become essential to the development of computer software industry. However, some developing governments do not fulfill the requirements of protecting SIPR; as a result, western entrepreneurs lose huge amounts of money. In order to prevent losses, developed countries established various organizations to watch and guide developing countries on SIPR issue. The main goal of this study is to understand the interplay between international organizations, companies, and national governments. Following the second image reversed approach, this study argues that international actors use Trade Related Intellectual Property (TRIPS) agreement as a base to create intellectual property (IP) regimes, and especially to create a software IP regime. This study explores how developed countries put pressure on developing countries to harmonize their implementation of legal, administrative, and policing policies with regard to enforcement of software intellectual property rights In order to comprehend the effects of international actors on developing countries, this study analyzes and compares SIPR related aspects of two developed (USA& UK) and two developing (Romania& Turkey) countries.
Subject:Social sciences; Intellectual property rights; Second image reversed; Software intellectual property rights; TRIPS; Trade Related Intellectual Property; United States; United Kingdom; Romania; Turkey; International organizations; Political science; International law; 0615:Political science; 0616:International law
Added Entry:R. Koslowski
Added Entry:State University of New York at Albany