The development degree of the technology system of peruvian inventors: Patent production (2003/2013)

Adilson Luiz Pinto, Enrique Muriel-Torrado, Douglas Dyllon Jeronimo De Macedo, Josmel Pacheco-Mendoza

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© 2018 Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecologia.All right reserved. The patent registration is considered one of the industrial and scientific development indexes of countries, once used to measure the capacity of this activity in the transformation of knowledge into products, processes or technological innovation. In view of the whole scientific, technological and innovation contexts activities in Peru, we ask: how does the patent production process behave in the country? The main focus is to identify the production of patents, as well as their inventors. The main objective of this study is to determine the degree of patent productivity in Peru. The search strategy was based on the Esp@cenet patent base, in the Inventors field, using the expression "[PE]" representing the country of inventor, selecting the period of study mentioned above. In a second step, a data cleansing was performed to identify if the strategy was successful, 1104 patents were identified, which were tabulated later. Among the several results of this research, an interesting observation is the predominance of US patent citations, practically monopolizing the sample. On 47 occasions the US country appears, while patents from Germany are cited 4 times and from Great Britain 2 times. During the study period, a 60 % increase in patent registrations was observed. The main patent producers in Peru have interesting characteristics, where one can notice a market reserve in some segments such as hygiene, consumer products and daily life. Finally, one can identify a technological and innovation predominance in sectors where the industry is installed and that has direct interference in the products that are directed to the Peruvian population.
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Pinto, Adilson Luiz ; Muriel-Torrado, Enrique ; De Macedo, Douglas Dyllon Jeronimo ; Pacheco-Mendoza, Josmel. / Grado del sistema tecnológico de los inventores peruanos: producción de patentes (2003/2013). En: Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecologia. 2018 ; pp. 179-191.
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