Countermeasures Research on Developed Countries Using Intellectual Property to Promote the Development of Strategic Emerging Industries

Jie Lin, Yuzheng Han

Abstract


The strategic emerging industry is the industry that emerges in one country or region along with the implementation of technical innovation achievements and has strategic effects on economic and social development. To develop the strategic emerging industries is a significant action to promote the upgrading of industrial structure and transform the pattern of economic growth, as well as a strategic option for following the new scientific and technological revolution and dealing with the international financial crisis. For Japan, the U.S., Germany, and other developed capitalist countries, the main experiences for the development of strategic emerging industries are: highly integrate the intellectual property strategy with the development strategy of strategic emerging industries, apply the dynamic management, and smoothly connect the new ideas of the strategic emerging industries with the new market. In China, in order to develop the strategic emerging industries, we should learn from the successful experiences of developed countries, draft the promotion strategy of intellectual property at the national and industrial levels, provide protections for the development of strategic emerging industries, and effectively promote the development of strategic emerging industries.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/bmr.v1n4p117

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