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PART ONE: TASK FORCE ON VALUATION AND CAPITALIZATION OF INTELLECTUAL ASSETS
Round Table on Valuation and Capitalization of Intellectual Assets: Summary
of Debates
Andrei Maevski, Economic Affairs Officer, UNECE ................................................   1
Recommendations of the High Level Task Force on Valuation and Capitalization
of Intellectual Assets ..................................................................................  12
PART TWO: MANAGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL RESOURCES
Managing complexity - the new challenge
Francisco Fernandez Fernandez, Guido Haesen, Jean-Claude Venchiarutti,
European Commission, DG Enterprise, Directorate Innovation & SMEs .............  15
PART THREE: VALUATION OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL: EXISTING PRACTICES AND METHODS
Evaluation of intellectual property and intangible assets
Anatoly N. Kozyrev, Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, Russian
Academy of Sciences ........................................ ........................  19
The valuation of patents: a review of patent valuation methods with consideration
of option based methods and the potential for further research
Robert Pitkethly, The Said Business School, University of Oxford, and Oxford
Intellectual Property Research Centre, St.Peter's College, United Kingdom ..........  42
Valuing patents and patent portfolios from a corporate perspective - theoretical
considerations, applied needs, and future challenges
Markus Reitzig, Assistant Professor for Intellectual Property Strategy,
Department of Industrial Economics and Strategy, The Copenhagen
Business School, Denmark   .................................................................. 66
Capital interconvertibility in complex organizations
Jan Taug, Department of Human and Organizational Systems, The Fielding
Graduate Institute, United States ofAmerica; and Hanno Roberts, Department
of Accounting, Auditing and Law, Norwegian School of Management, Norway .....  83
PART FOUR: COMMERCIALIZATION OF INTELLECTUAL ASSETS
Legal protection and commercialization of intellectual property in Russia
Natalia N. Karpova, Professor of the Academy of National Economy
at the Russian  Government ............................. ........................................  102



Commercialization of intellectual assets
Robert Pitkethly, The Said Business School, University of Oxford, and Oxford
Intellectual Property Research Centre, St.Peter's College, United Kingdom ..........  131
Canadian perspective of IP management: interaction between the public sector
and industry
Karin Keyes Endemann, Director International Relations Office, National
Research   Council of Canada  ..................................................................................   135
PART FIVE: SUSTAINING INNOVATION PROCESS
Technology, innovation and commercialization - Intellectual assets - Opportunities
for Selective Intervention
Peter Rouse, Geodesia, United Kingdom  .................................................................  144
From collaborative initiatives to holistic innovation
Francisco Fernandez Fernandez, Guido Haesen, Jean-Claude Venchiarutti,
European Commission, DG Enterprise, Directorate Innovation & SMEs ...............  157
Valuation as a tool to sustain innovation
Eric J. Iversen andAris Kaloudis, The STEP-Group ...............................................  160





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Intangible property Valuation Congresses, Intellectual property Valuation Congresses, Intellectual capital Valuation Congresses, Intangible property Economic aspects Congresses, Intellectual property Economic aspects Congresses, Intellectual capital Economic aspects Congresses