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Yours, mine, and ours: the development, management and protection of intellectual property in third sector organisations

BOND University
Elizabeth Spencer (Aggregated by) Francina Cantatore (Aggregated by)
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There has been little research on the structural legal frameworks used by third sector enterprises to develop, manage and protect their intellectual property (IP). Third sector entities must implement effective strategies to meet their objectives and ensure ongoing revenue generating opportunities, and effective IP management is an important aspect of good governance. This article explores the landscape of IP in third sector enterprise, and outlines the risks and challenges in developing and managing IP in the third sector.

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Yours, mine, and ours: Franchising as a means of enhancing the value of intellectual capital for third sector organisations

Submitted: 26 11 2013

Available: 25 11 2013

Data time period: 2013-

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