Intellectual Property Institute as a Means of Regional Economic Integration in the Digital Framework: Searching for Ways to Increase Efficiency

Intellectual Property Institute as a Means of Regional Economic Integration in the Digital Framework: Searching for Ways to Increase Efficiency

Leyla Ayvarovna Gamidullaeva (Penza State University, Russia), Saniyat Agamagomedova (Penza State University, Russia), Oleg Koshevoy (Penza State University, Russia), Valentina Smagina (Derzhavin Tambov State University, Russia) and Natalia Rasskazova (Penza State University, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1581-5.ch013
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The effectiveness of intellectual property management in the context of Eurasian economic integration is positioned as a factor in reducing business costs in the EAEU. One of the basic conditions for effective economic development is competition in the field of intellectual property. In the context of globalization and digital transformation, intellectual property management reaches a qualitatively new level of organizational and legal regulation and determines the freedom of movement of goods and services in the single economic territory of interstate integration entities. The authors of the chapter concluded that an effective intellectual property management mechanism in the EAEU is a factor of reducing the costs of foreign trade business. Inequality in the protection of intellectual property in the EAEU impedes the formation and development of competitive relations, and impedes the freedom of movement of goods as the basic goal of economic integration of the EAEU states.
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Intellectual property is an interdisciplinary institution, which is quite specifically positioned in various fields of scientific knowledge. Many studies of philosophers, legal scholars, economists, historians, sociologists, political scientists, psychologists, as well as representatives of technical sciences are devoted to the various aspects of intellectual property.

In this case, the most developed can be considered legal and economic issues of intellectual property. So, in the framework of legal science, intellectual property is considered as:

  • the results of intellectual activity and equivalent means of individualization, which are granted with legal protection;

  • sub-sectors (institutes) of civil law;

  • a set of rights arising in relation to a few intangible objects;

  • integrated legal institution;

  • theoretical and legal category.

As the leading representatives of legal science, considering intellectual property issues, following can be noted: I. A. Bliznets (Bliznets, 2010; Bliznets, 2018), E. P. Gavrilov (Gavrilov, 2010; Gavrilov, 2014; Gavrilov, 2018), A. P. Sergeev (Sergeev, 2004; Sergeev, 2016), I. A. Zenin (Zenin, 2015), O. A. Gorodov (Gorodov, 1999; Gorodov, 2018), D. Yu. Shestakov (Shestakov, 2000), V. I. Eremenko (Eremenko, 2015; Eremenko, 2016), L. A. Trachtengerts (Trachtengerts, 2016).

Economists view intellectual property as:

  • institute of market economy;

  • factor and criterion for the development of “intellectual nature”, “intellectual genesis”;

  • subject of intelligence;

  • intangible assets;

  • a structural element of human capital;

  • a structural element of the intellectual capital of an individual, enterprise, industry, country.

The issues of managing intellectual assets and intellectual property are the work of a number of scientists, among which B. B. Leontyev (Leontyev, 2008, Leontyev, 2017; Leontyev, 2018).

Bautin V. M., Kostin V. D., Dashchyan, M. are developing a methodology for trust management of intellectual property (Bautin and Kostin, 2006; Dashyan, 2006), issues of information support for such management were developed by Kolodyazhnaya, O. A., Rudem, S. N. (Kolodyazhnaya, 2018; Rud, 2014), regional aspects of intellectual property management are considered by Salitskaya, E. A. (Salitskaya, 2017). Some scholars study the managerial foundations of intellectual property taking into account the globalization factor (Sevryukov, 2015).

Key Terms in this Chapter

Intellectual Property (IP): creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU): is an economic union of states located in central and northern Asia and Eastern Europe.

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