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The Social Sciences
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 11  |  Issue: 3  |  Page No.: 276 - 282

International Policy on Protection of Exclusive Rights to Transferred Technology: International Legal Dimension

Irina Victorovna Shugurova and Mark Vladimirovich Shugurov    

Abstract: The study is devoted to the analysis of international legal foundations of modern international cooperation in the field of protection of intellectual property rights, especially exclusive rights to proprietary internationally transferred technologies. Researchers give proof of notion of the complex politics of international law concerning technology transfer and protection of intellectual property rights. There is outlined the system of actors of given politics. There is carrying out the analysis of core problems of protection of proprietary technologies at the level of international law. Study offers allocation some logically and substantially connected stages of development of international policy in area of technology transfer and protection of IPRs. Much attention is paid to the possible directions of solution of contradictions between goals of international technology transfer and intellectual property right on basis of international legal instruments. Researchers conclude that potential of technologies may be realized in the global scale only in case of effective regulation of transfer of different technologies, especially high technology and observance its fundamental principles such as justice, equality, mutual advantage and reasonable terms.

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