Ресурси за университетите



World Intellectual Property Report

The World Intellectual Property Report, published every two years, offers fresh insights into the role of innovation in market economies and, in doing so, fosters evidence-based policy-making.


Resources for Researchers

Overview of key academic literature, data and tools that have promoted evidence- based policy-making in the field of the economics of innovation and intellectual property (IP). It is a convenient starting point for researchers, policy-makers, and anyone interested in the economics of innovation and IP.


Development Studies

We work on a wide range of studies investigating how intellectual property (IP) interacts with economic development. These studies aim to narrow the knowledge gap decision-makers face when adopting IP policies aimed at supporting broader development objectives. Collection of empirical studies investigating the link between IP, innovation and economic development.


IP, Innovation and Economic Development Series

This series of scholarly research is published in collaboration with Cambridge University Press. Each book in the series examines a major aspect of the interface between IP, innovation and economic development.


Innovation and IP Research Guidelines

Conducting empirical economic analysis based on intellectual property (IP) filings can be challenging. This series of short thematic guidelines demystifies the process, promoting standardized research methods and raising awareness of the importance of quality data collection and analysis in the field of IP.


Innovation Gender Gap

Innovation and creativity are the engines of economic growth. Policies that support and encourage these activities are likely to spur creativity and innovative thinking, potentially solve the challenges today, and increase living standards worldwide.


Creative Economy Notes

Explore intellectual property issues affecting the creative industries. Three interactive summaries of original economic research to stimulate thinking on how the intellectual property framework can best serve the creative industries.



Global Innovation Index

The Global Innovation Index (GII) takes the pulse of innovation against a background of an economic and geopolitical environment fraught with uncertainty. It reveals the most innovative economies in the world, ranking the innovation performance of around 132 economies while highlighting innovation strengths and weaknesses.


Global Innovation Index Country Profiles

The Global Innovation Index (GII) ranks world economies according to their innovation capabilities. Consisting of roughly 80 indicators, grouped into innovation inputs and outputs, the GII aims to capture the multi-dimensional facets of innovation.


GII Innovation Insights Blogs

Each month, we take a deep dive into one determinant of innovation that constitutes the Global Innovation Index (GII), often together with the GII data collaborators. In this blog series, we unveil unique Innovation Insights, untangling the complexities, and driving forces of the most up-and-coming innovation nations.



IP Statistics Data Center

The WIPO IP Statistics Data Center is an on-line service enabling access to WIPO’s statistical data on intellectual property (IP) activity worldwide. Users can select from a wide range of indicators and view or download the latest available as well as historical data according to their needs.


IP Statistics Country Profiles

Statistical country profiles provide information on patents, utility models, trademarks and industrial designs. They cover different dimensions of intellectual property (IP) activity, including incoming and outgoing filings, the share of filings in different technological fields, total patents in force, and the use of international IP systems by applicants.


PCT Yearly Review

The PCT Yearly Review summarizes PCT activities and contains a comprehensive set of statistics relating to PCT international applications, as well as statistics relating to PCT national phase entries, and to the overall performance of the PCT System.


Hague Yearly Review

The Hague Yearly Review provides an overview of the numbers of applications for international registration of industrial designs and the resulting international registrations recorded via the WIPO-administered Hague System.


Madrid Yearly Review

The Madrid Yearly Review provides an overview of the numbers of applications for international registration of marks and the resulting international registrations recorded via the WIPO-administered Madrid System.


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