SDG 9 · Indicator

Triadic patent families filed

per million population


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Description

A triadic patent family is defined as a set of patents registered in various countries (i.e. patent offices) to protect the same invention. Triadic patent families are a set of patents filed at three of these major patent offices: the European Patent Office (EPO), the Japan Patent Office (JPO) and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The number of triadic patent families is "nowcast" for timeliness.

Long-Term Objective

Average of best performers

The long-term objective for this indicator is a value of 115.7.

OECD-only

This indicator is used for OECD countries only.

Reference

OECD

Triadic patent families filed

per million population
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Bangladesh

Brazil

China

India

Indonesia

Mexico

Nigeria

Pakistan

Russian Federation

United States

Source: OECD

Triadic patent families filed