OJAppS  Vol.5 No.8 , August 2015
Research on Intellectual Property Benefits Allocation Mechanism—Using Case of Regional-Development Oriented Collaborative Innovation Center of China
Author(s) Duanyang Ren1,2, Xiaoyan Song1,2, Haibin Zhou1,2
ABSTRACT
The intellectual property (IP) benefits allocation is a major problem in collaborative innovation, because the collaborative partners have different benefits pursues, and they make the allocation of ownership and benefits complicated. If the interests can’t be allocated properly, then the conflicts will occur between the collaborative partners and collaborative relationship can’t last long, so we focus on the benefits allocation mechanism of IP to ensure each participated partner can get the benefits fairly. Some scholars noticed the importance of IP benefits allocation and conducted theoretical research, which provided model and theoretical analysis, but these research contents were not comprehensive, the research methods and evidences seemed inadequate, which leaded the conclusions into having limited meaning. Thus, we use case study and investigate regional-development oriented collaborative innovation center to examine the benefits allocation mechanism. We find out the problems in the existing benefits allocation mechanism, such as the compensation and rewards are not enough, the benefits allocation should be fair, the payment way is not various and so on. Based on the case study on the status quo and combined with related needs, we put forward that ensure the ownership of IP, attention on regulation construction, benefits protection and so on. We hope this study can solve these problems through case analysis, and benefit to maintain collaborative relationship.

Cite this paper
Ren, D. , Song, X. , Zhou, H. (2015) Research on Intellectual Property Benefits Allocation Mechanism—Using Case of Regional-Development Oriented Collaborative Innovation Center of China. Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 5, 428-433. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2015.58042.
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