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The current post-war Patent Law was adopted in 1959 and went into effect in April 1960. In addition to clarifying the requirements for an invention through provisions such as the inventive step, the law also fulfilled the requirements of modern patent law; for example, by adopting an international rule concerning the loss of novelty occurring when an invention enters the public domain through publication3. 1 lists major revisions to the patent system under the new Patent Law. These fall into the following four categories: extension of patent protection to new spheres, such as the introduction of microbiology patents; extension of patent protection across technology fields, such as the revised system of multiple claims; strengthening of patent rights, such as increases in damage claim amounts; and modification of the way the patent system operates, such as introducing electronic patent application submission system.
5. The OECD has now begun to publish patent statistics that are not based on the WIPO data. 6. The data distinguish between the “inventor,” the individual or individuals who came up with the idea, and the “applicant,” the entity seeking patent protection, which could be the inventor or, as is often the case, the firm employing the inventor. For our purposes this distinction matters if the inventor is located in a different country than the applicant. In our analysis we treat the source country as the applicant’s country.
By 2000 even the smallest EPO members were designated in nearly 80% of European patents. An obvious explanation is the substantial drop in the size of the fee per designee that occurred late in the decade. Source-destination interaction To what extent do source countries differ in their propensity to designate particular destination countries? As mentioned, by 2000 applicants were designating most EPO members irrespective of where they were from, while during 1991–1998 larger destinations were designated much more often.