This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Medjunarodna Trgovina Proizvodima Intelektualne Svojine (International Trade In Ip)

6913 words - 28 pages

Me|unarodna trgovina proizvodima intelektualne svojine .
UNIVERZITET U BEOGRADUEKONOMSKI FAKULTETSEMINARSKI RAD IZ PREDMETA ME\UNARODNA TRGOVINATEMA: Me|unarodna trgovina proizvodima intelektualne svojineStudent:Bogdan Stojiqkovi}BEOGRAD, MAJ 2006.INTELEKTUALNA SVOJINAIntelektualna svojina je svojinsko pravo koje se daje osobama nad stvarala{tvom wihovog uma. Ona obi~no daju tim osobama ekskluzivno pravo nad upotrebom wihove kreacije na odre|eno vreme. Obi~no se sva intelektualna svojin deli na dve vrste:AUTORSKA SVOJINA NAD UMETNI^KIM I KWI@EVNIM DELIMA - za{tita prava autora tvoraca kwiga i drugih pisanih oblika, muzi~kih kompozicija, slika, skulptura, kompjuterskih programa i filmova putem COPYRIGHT-a na minimalni period od 50 godina posle smrti autora. Tako|e se na ovaj na~in {tite srodna prava izvo|a~a, glumaca, muzi~ara i producenata fonograma. Osnovni dru{tveni razlog za za{titu autorske svojine je ohrabrewe i hagrada za kreativni rad.INDUSTRIJSKA SVOJINA - {titi sve pronalaske koji nalaze primenu u industriji. Ona se mo`e podeliti u dve podgrupe:Jedna podgrupa se mo`e okarakterisati kao za{tita odre|enih znaka, u ovom slu~aju TRADEMARK, koji prave razliku izme|u proizvoda i usluga jednog proizvo|a~a i proizvoda i usluga koje nisu od tog proizvo|a~a; i indikatora geografskog porekla koje ozna~ava da proizvod poti~e iz odre|enog predela gde je data odlika svojstvena mestu porekla. Za{tita ovakvih oznaka treba da obezbedi i po{tenu konkurenciju i za{titu potro{a~a omogu}avaju}i im da se informi{u dok prave odluke izme|u raznih roba i usuga (za{tita mo`e da traje neograni~eno, zavisno da li je ta oznaka jo{ uvek prepoznatqiva).Druga podgrupa obuhvata za{titu koja prvenstveno treba da podstakne inovacije i napredak u tehnologiji. Ovde se ubrajaju pronalasci za{ti}eni patentom, industrijski dizajn i trgova~ke tajne. Osnovni dru{tveni razlog za za{titu je pru`awe sigurnosti za rezultate ulagawa u razvoj nove tehnologije ~ime se daje podstrek za finansirawe istra`ivawa i razvoja.Naj~e{}a sredstva za{tite su:PATENTI - koji daju pronalaza~u pravo da na odre|eno vreme spre~i druge da prave, koriste ili prodaju wegov pronalazak bez wegovog prethodnog odobrewa. To je dogovor izme|u pronalaza~a i dr`ave kojim je pronalaza~u dozvoqen na odre|eno vreme monopol nad wegovim pronalaskom zato {to je isti pustio u javnost. Pronalazak mora da zadovoqi odre|ene uslove da bi se za|titio patentom: da je nov (da nije neki wegov zna~ajni deo ranije pu{ten u javnost); da je inovacioni pomak napred ({to se odre|uje prema stru~nom licu iz date oblasti); da je industrijski prihvativ. Patenti su ograni~eni teritorijalno (patent prijavqen u jednoj zemqi ne va`i van te zemqe) i vremenski od 5 do maksimum 20 godina (opet zavisno od zemqe). Patent mo`e imati ogromni zna~aj za pronalaza~a jer mo`e biti predmet prodaje ili trgovine ili prepisivawa na druge. Ogroman zna~aj mo`e imati i na druge qude, jer se mo`e dosta nau~iti iz tu|ih patenata, mo`e spre~iti da neko...

Find Another Essay On Medjunarodna trgovina proizvodima intelektualne svojine (international trade in IP)

International Trade Simulation paper: Advantages & limitations of International Trade; four key points in readings; apply what learned from simulation to workplace; Concept Summary results

891 words - 4 pages Applying International Trade ConceptsInternational trade has been around for much of history but with the technology advances and industrialization from the last few centuries, international trade has been on an increasing upward slope. Countries have discovered how to use what resource each one has to its optimal advantage. If a country specializes in a product that it produces most efficiently, then it can use that product to increase its

Critically discuss the role and importance of intenational commercial arbitration as an alternative dispute settlement mechanism in international trade today

3024 words - 12 pages International trade contracts can give rise to disputes, which need resolution. This can be done through a process of litigation, or arbitration, to mention just two methods. Certain issues however, need to be taken into consideration when using either of the two methods for dispute settlement.Many businesses in recent times have preferred to use the latter method of arbitration. This has in many cases become the norm. It has also been suggested

What role does the WTO play in international business? Argue the case that the WTO is either helpful or a hindrance to international trade, giving particular examples to support your case

3303 words - 13 pages Title of Assignment: What role does the WTO play in international business? Argue the case that the WTO is either helpful or a hindrance to international trade, giving particular examples to support your case.1. IntroductionInternational trade has been increasingly frequent since industrialisation. Today globalisation becomes well-known among people. As economies have become more open, countries become more dependent on one another. However

E*Trade in China International Financial Management Class

1608 words - 6 pages The decision for E*Trade to expand into China is a crucial and challenging process. There are many factors to be calculated into the decision in order for E*Trade and China to benefit from it. E*Trade has proven for over a decade that it is extremely successful and has been tremendously valued by it's users. It has done so by not only being an entrepreneur in the United States creating the most affluent online banking system, but it has also

Critically evaluate Porters Diamond Theory and discuss in what way it helps international trade

2076 words - 9 pages influencing organizations to develop, cut expenses, and to enhance quality. He recognizes contention as the most paramount driver of focal point of a nation's industry. An alternate significant part is "the part of chance" where occasions can't be controlled by commercial ventures or government. These could be fit as a fiddle of a value diminish, another innovation, a war or a noteworthy change in outside trade markets. Competitive Advantage

In order to encourage FDI, government policy is viewed as necessary. It is detrimental to international trade as a whole? What about

770 words - 4 pages in signing the contract while signing the agreement across the international boundaries could expose the serious threat. And other information about the outsource are vendor may be catering the expertise to multiple organization at a time. With that situation, vendor will lack on completed the company projects. In the other hand, I have been through a deep research to finding the factors and reason for IT industry companies that are doing

The Innovation of TCP/IP

2136 words - 9 pages networking techniques. In October, Kahn gave a demonstration of an ARPANET network, which connected 40 different computers at the International Computer Communication Conference. This made the network widely known around the world. ("Robert Kahn, TCP/IP Co-Designer.") Robert Kahn also worked on other projects at IPTO. He worked on an existing project that established a satellite packet network. Kahn also initiated a project to establish a ground

Intellectual Property Law Amendment (Raising The Bar) Act 2012 (Cth)

1786 words - 8 pages intellectual property (IP) system in twenty years, and included amendments to the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth), Designs Act 2003 (Cth), Plant Breeder's Rights Act 1994 (Cth), Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), but in most part, to the Patents Act 1990 (Cth). For the purposes of this analysis, the focus will be on the amendments made to the Patents Act, and the Patents Regulations 1991 (Cth).[1: IP Australia, IP Laws Amendment Act 2012 'Raising the Bar' (23 August

Professional Issues In Computing: Intellectual Property in the Computing Industry

1035 words - 4 pages Intellectual PropertyIntellectual property, often known as IP, allows people to own their creativity and innovation in the same way that they can own physical property. The owner of IP can control and be rewarded for its use, and this encourages further innovation and creativity to the benefit of us all.In some cases IP gives rise to protection for ideas but in other areas there will have to be more elaboration of an idea before protection can

Explaining the Domain Name System (DNS)

1032 words - 5 pages The Domain Name System or DNS is an international address system developed to ensure that every computer connected to the Internet has its own address. DNS assigns addresses to Internet web servers [10]. However, in the DNS system, that address is actually a set of numbers like 173.194.39.78. This set of numbers is called the computer's Internet Protocol (IP) address. The Domain Name System is most often described as the Internet’s phone book

Ip Address

1399 words - 6 pages , since all applications on the Internet generate logs, wherein IP Addresses of all interacting computers are recorded. The logs from a basis for investigation by investigating officers. The IP address has two parts - Network number and the Host number. Whereas the Network Number is assigned by an International Body interNIC, the host Number or Host ID is assigned by the Network System's administrator. For convenience we shall address the four bytes

Similar Essays

The Political Economy In International Trade

885 words - 4 pages The Political Economy in International trade focuses on understanding the many causes of economic growth in developing and transition economies, the different role of international trade in increasing economic welfare around the globe, and the many different impacts of the international financial system on the global economy. As we take a look at the United States and Poland different economic systems and understand how these two countries are

International Trade In The New World

1003 words - 4 pages to South America. In Africa slavery was part of everyday life, slave trade brought a lot of economic fortune that would eventually led to an economic decline. With Europe being the forerunners of the New World they played a major role in international trading. What brought Europeans to the New World was the need for a quicker route to Asia. Europeans sought out many items that they wished to obtain from the Asian countries such as spices so

Role Of The World Trade Organization In Multilateral International Trade: An Evaluation

1056 words - 5 pages Introduction Until the end of twenty centuries, multilateral international trade was functioning without an international organization that coordinate between countries. Some people might justify the role of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) in multilateral trade since the GATT has been providing the rules for the international trading system before the establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO). However, GATT was only

World Trade Organization (Wto) And Its Role In International Trade With Three Case Studies Research Paper

7618 words - 31 pages WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO) AND ITS ROLE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE: WITH CASE THREE CASE STUDIES (PHILLIPINES, CHINA AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) NRE 523 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This paper reviews the role of World Trade Organization (WTO) in international trade with a focus to Phillipines, China and United States case studies. Background information on the GATT and WTO, free trade and globalization, WTO agreements on agriculture and