The Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property and Growth was commissioned by the Prime Minister of the new conservative government in the UK.
The Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property and Growth was commissioned by David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the new conservative government in the UK.
The report’s remit was to review the operation of intellectual property laws in the UK and to ascertain how the intellectual property framework may be used to foster entrepreneurialism, economic growth and commercial innovation.
One of the focuses of the report was to identify barriers imposed by the intellectual property regime in the UK and how those barriers may be overcome. The review followed hard on the heels of the Gowers Review, another report on IP in the UK, which was delivered in 2006.
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