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Patent policy and international business

The project aims at studying how home- and host-country IPR policy affects MNEs’ growth, innovation and performance, and how MNEs behaviours can help/influence designing better IP policies, whose successful implementation requires, in turn, their cooperation. The project also includes a co-edited special issue on "IPR policies and International Business Research: Current Trends and New Directions", Journal of International Business Policy, forthcoming 2020