Interpretation of Intellectual Property Rights Restrictions from Economic Perspective

Caiyong Guo ()

Article ID: 262

Abstract


The intellectual property system is protected and recognized by national laws and plays an important role in intellectual property law. It not only provides intellectual property owners with exclusive and exclusive intellectual property rights, but also imposes certain restrictions on the rights of intellectual property owners. Therefore, this restriction on intellectual property rights reflects strong statutory and limited nature, and generally imposes important restrictions on economic rights in intellectual property rights. Knowledge assets not only show the attributes of private products, but also have the characteristics of publicity and exclusive use, which can be summarized into the category of public goods. It can be seen that it is necessary to interpret the restriction of intellectual property rights from the perspective of economics, which can reveal the economic rationality of intellectual property rights restriction and play an important role in the effective allocation and use of intellectual assets.


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Economics; Intellectual property rights; Restrictions

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jesr.v1i1.262

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