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This paper examines recent evidence and also reviews macroeconomic statistics related to the development of technology markets. It examines approaches to the valuation of patents and the policy initiatives undertaken by OECD countries to foster patent valuation and exploitation.
Infrastructure systems play a vital role in economic and social development, ensuring the delivery of goods and services that promote economic prosperity and growth and contribute to quality of life. The book assesses infrastructure business models and presents policy recommendations.
Infrastructures are the very foundation of modern economies and societies Energy, transport, water, telecommunications, all will continue to be essential to future development and growth.The second volume of this publication was released in 2007.
This report describes the current attempts to address cross-border enforcement challenges in the area of privacy. It highlights the need for a more global and systematic approach to cross-border privacy law enforcement co-operation.
Agenda: panel session - ICTs and globalisation: China and India
The full glossary as well as smaller sections and other webpages with biotechnology terminology are available.
The bioeconomy, a new concept, covers a broad range of economic activities, each benefiting from new discoveries, and the related products and services arising out of the biosciences.
This paper identifies and discusses six groups of business and public policy issues and illustrates these with existing and potential OECD Digital Content Strategies and Policies
This report summarises the OECD conference jointly organised with the Italian government which improved the understanding of the implications of the changing distribution of digital content and the Internet.
The first in a series of reviews of various countries' risk management policies, this review identifies areas of good practice in Norway's policies for information security, as well as areas where improvements could be made.