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In intellectual-property society, intellectual property plays an important role as a foundation of economic development. Being the place for knowledge and research findings, universities need to have effective intellectual property management, so that the further utilization and development of these properties can fairly achieved. The important factor for achieving this goal is having policies on intellectual property management that are relevant to the context and the mission of universities. To create good policies, it requires cooperation among executives, staffs, and students. Moreover, the made policies must be practical.
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