Modelos de utilidad como mecanismo para fomentar la innovación en los países en vías de desarrollo

Rubén Molina Martínez, José Roberto Gómez Ayala

Resumen


El presente artículo analiza teóricamente la manera en que los modelos de
utilidad, impactan en la innovación de los países en vías de desarrollo. Se estudia cómo el nivel de desarrollo económico de una nación es determinante
para que la propiedad industrial genere un incremento en la innovación, ya
que la protección de patentes mejora la innovación en los países donde existe
la capacidad e infraestructura para llevar a cabo investigaciones de alto nivel
tecnológico. Cuando esta capacidad es más débil, los modelos de utilidad funcionan como un mecanismo que provoca un aumento en la innovación.

Palabras clave


Innovación, Patentes, Modelos de Utilidad.

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