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SME-IP 3rd Report: Case Studies on SMEs and Intellectual Property in Switzerland

Sascha Friesike, Nadia Jamali, Martin A. Bader, Nicole Ziegler, Nikki Hafezi, Niccolò Iorno & Eric Schreiner

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abstract Today more than 90 percent of Swiss companies are small and medium-sized enter-prises (SMEs). Their ability to innovate and to sell services or products is crucial to the Swiss economy. Little is, however, known about how these Swiss SMEs protect their intellectual property (IP).
This report explores this question, providing analysis and insight into the management of intellectual property in Swiss SMEs. The report is the result of a study carried out in collaboration with both, the Institute of Technology Management of the University of St.Gallen (HSG) and the Chair for Technology and Innovation Management of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH). The study was commissioned by the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI).
   
type case study (English)
   
keywords intellectual property, IP, SMEs, Switzerland
   
date of appearance 2009
publisher Swiss Institute of Intellectual Property
review not reviewed
   
citation Friesike, S., Jamali, N., Bader, M. A., Ziegler, N., Hafezi, N., Iorno, N., & Schreiner, E. (2009). SME-IP 3rd Report: Case Studies on SMEs and Intellectual Property in Switzerland: Swiss Institute of Intellectual Property.