Speaking very roughly, countries with advanced economies tend to be those displaying intellectual property protection systems in which the public has a basic degree of confidence. Those systems, when they are thought about at all rather than taken for granted, are thought of as reasonably effective in safeguarding innovation and creative expression

chapter 2|30 pages

What Intellectual Property Is

chapter 3|26 pages

How Intellectual Property Works

chapter 4|34 pages

Intellectual Property and Economics

chapter 5|30 pages

Case Materials From Brazil and Mexico

chapter 6|28 pages

Reflections on the Case Materials

chapter 7|22 pages

The Myths of Weak Protection

chapter 8|10 pages

The Cost of Protection

chapter 9|9 pages

Protection: Powerful Development Tool