Intellectual property serves as one of the main indicators of the socio-economic potential of the state.
Digital technology offers enormous opportunities for incorporating creative products into economic circulation.
An in-depth cross-industry analysis of the world's leading economies has made it possible to develop a universal five-level IP market infrastructure, which simultaneously takes into account the interests of government, business and society and can work effectively regardless of the economic and cultural characteristics of the region.
The introduction of IP items into economic turnover on the basis of the presented infrastructure allows accelerating the processes of creation and monetization of creative products with a significant reduction of costs.
Integration of the new business model of the IP market infrastructure has been implemented in Russia for the first time, while in other countries the formation of its individual elements continues.
Level 5 Industrial Business Applications and Cloud Services
ASOBIMO service for the subsequent sale of a previously acquired digital work
Level 4 Ecosystem Ecosystem Services
Twilight crowdfunding service for anime creators and fans
Level 3 Platform Platform Solutions
Level 2 Infrastructure Public Network Infrastructure
Level 1 Governmental and Legal Regulators and Government Institution
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan
Cultural Affairs Agency, including the Copyright Office of Japan
Japan Patent and Trademark Office
Japan Food Administration, including the Intellectual Property Department
Societies for the collective management of copyright and related rights: Software Clearinghouse, Reproduction Rights Center, Japan Writers Association, Japan Writers Guild, Japan Writers Guild, Japan Art, Photo and Graphic Copyright Organization, Japan Recording Industry Association
Courta 1. District courts - inventions Osaka District Court (East Japan), Tokyo District Court (West Japan); 2. Appeals from the decisions of the 1st instance courts are heard in the High Court of Intellectual Property. 3. Appeals against decisions of the High Court of Intellectual Property are heard by the Supreme Court of Japan.