About This Journal
The Asia-Pacific Journal of IP Management and Innovation is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes peer-reviewed research covering all aspects of intellectual property (IP) management and innovation, particularly in the Asia-Pacific context.
The journal is especially interested in articles that contribute new knowledge on the strategic management of IP, innovation, creativity, and knowledge and technology transfer. These articles may be presented in a variety of modes ranging from theoretical frameworks, experimental analyses, and case studies. The Journal further provides feature and news articles that are useful for the career development of professionals working in the field of IP and innovation. The journal will also include technology showcases from industry and academia, and the latest news and trends on IP management and innovation in the Asia-Pacific.
The Journal is co-managed by De La Salle University and the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines. It is published and distributed by the De La Salle University Publishing House. A limited number of hard copies of each volume are printed by the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines. The Editorial Committee endeavors to release two volumes of the journal per year - one in June and another in December.
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