Mathew, Mary (1997) Benchmarking Patenting Procedures: A Conceptual Model of the Procedure and Experiences of R&D Scientists. In: Portland International Conference on Management and Technology Innovation in Technology Management - The Key to Global Leadership. PICMET '97, 27-31 July, Portland, p. 950.
Summary form only given. When economic policies liberalize the competitive efficiency of the National Patent System (NPS) is of immense significance. The stress on global leadership through technological breakthrough brings in the agenda for protection. With the 1991 economic liberalization, India is witnessing this paradigm shift. Steps towards building a patent culture is visible in science and technology laboratories such as the CSIR and IISc.
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|Date Deposited:||21 Apr 2006|
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