Analysing patenting activity and investment in Science and Technology in India

Chaudhuri, S.K. and Sengupta, B. (2003) Analysing patenting activity and investment in Science and Technology in India. Patentmatics, 3 (8).

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Abstract

India has stressed development in Science and Technology (S&T) from the very beginning of the plan period. The paper highlights the S&T investment in the country since independence in comparison with a declining trend in patents obtained by Indians over the period. The paperanalyses this disturbing statistics. It tries to find out the reasons behind such performance in the Research and Development (R&D) front in spite of hefty investment. Finally there are some suggestions for formulating a concrete policy boosting R&D to obtain competitive advantage through patenting.

EPrint Type:Article
Additional Information:Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is the main subject of this paper.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Patent , Science & Technology , Research & Development
Subjects:Health Care Economics and Organizations > Social Control, Formal
Technology, Industry, and Agriculture > Technology
Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation > Quality of Health Care > Health Care Evaluation Mechanisms > Statistics
Health Services Administration > Organization and Administration
ID Code:1763
Deposited By:Chaudhuri S.K. Sabuj Kumar
Deposited On:23 August 2006

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