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New indicators based on trademarks point to a wealth of incremental and marketing innovations in addition to technological innovations. Countries with strong manufacturers or a specialisation in information and communication technology tend to turn to patents rather than trademarks. Countries with a large services sector tend to engage more in trademark protection. Catching‐up countries have a lower propensity to innovate or to seek protection (patent or trademark) for their innovations than OECD countries.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2010-05-01

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