IP Protection is Key to U.S. Job Creation

According to an article by Dr. Kristina Lybecker in IP Watchdog, young start-up companies and especially IP intensive ones are the key to job creation in the US.

Drawing on two studies, one in 2013 and the other in 2010, Lybecker notes that although startup firms account for a mere three percent of U.S. employment, they are responsible for almost 20 percent of gross job creation and that evidence suggests that intellectual property (IP) intensive industries are critical to economic growth.
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