Empirical literature and evidence suggest that there exists a strong connection between property rights and national development. Those nations that protect property rights in a robust manner show higher levels of investment and development. This report (in Spanish) focuses on property rights in Chile.
It’s difficult to achieve innovation without the protection of ideas, and as a growing share of global economic value creation and exchange has become knowledge-based, intellectual property rights and protections have become an increasingly important facet of global trade. This category includes all GTIPA-member reports addressing trade and IP issues.