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Patent Monetization and the PatentBooks Model  June 18, 2012 – 08:06 pm
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Implications from China Growth

China is the key country in the world of business and politics today. With its enormous population and highly educated workforce, and its manufacturing prowess, China is a force to be reckoned with. Intellectual property rights are protected in China, although most of the world seems to have a vast ignorance of Chinese IP protection mechanisms and their effectiveness in China.

The West is attempting to establish intellectual property rights enforcement structures in China similar to the way they exist in the West. However, China is unlikely to uniformly adopt the West’s techniques and mechanisms since China is “the Middle Kingdom.” A new Chinese model will be developed based on China’s observation of things that work and don’t work in other places.

Many people around the world respect the way that the United States enforces intellectual property, however, very few people around the world want to duplicate the litigiousness of the United States.

PatentBooks, a brand-new model for licensing patent rights in China will be discussed. This model is based on selected aspects of other successful marketplaces in the United States and around the world, including real estate, e-commerce, digital music, and big-box retail. Connecting Chinese licensees of intellectual property efficiently to the West’s intellectual property licensors is key. Getting a licensor to allow licenses to their intellectual property on a broad basis, and standardizing the evaluation methods of patents are also required, not only for China, but for the rest of the world.

Source: TAEUS International Corporation

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A few thoughts

I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're contemplating, but you might find this useful or interesting:
1. People have understood the importance of IP (and patents, specifically) to a company's bottom line for a while. Perhaps the most stark example of this is an investment bank called OceanTomo. Among other IP-centric things, they have a few index funds based on patents. See for an ex... it, but it doesn't really do you any good.
But the guys putting together the portfolio were smart guys, to be sure. They were a bunch of zillionaire Wall Street types with a few fancy patent attorneys thrown in. Although I don't necessarily hold that crowd in high esteem, these guys were smart. So either they're bonkers or I am. And that's enough for me to say that valuation is tricky. :)

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