• Aditya Sarsito Sukarsono University of Indonesia
  • Heri Fathurahman University of Indonesia
  • Pradesta Mawardani University of Indonesia



intellectual property rights, innovation, public sector, private


Indonesia's low intellectual property marks Indonesia's position which is still lagging behind in the innovation rankings in ASEAN and globally. The lack of collaboration between various parties is one of the challenges to encourage awareness of the importance of intellectual property and innovation for the national economy. This study aims to present a summary of various previous studies on intellectual property rights or intellectual property rights. This research uses a literature review study method with VOSViewer software as a data processing tool. Data collection through the Scopus database for the publication year 2019-2023, so that 268 documents were obtained which were then sorted based on journal reputation (Q1 and Q2) so that the total data processed was 229 documents. In 2023, there will be a peak increase in publications, which is 71 documents. Journal entitled "Innovation and Top Income Inequality" written by Aghion P.; Akcigit U.; Bergeaud A.; Blundell R.; Hemous D. became the most popular journal with a total citation of 147


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How to Cite

Sukarsono, A. S. ., Fathurahman, H. ., & Mawardani, P. . (2024). PERKEMBANGAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT TERKAIT INOVASI PADA SEKTOR PUBLIK DAN SWASTA. National Conference on Applied Business, Education, &Amp; Technology (NCABET), 3(1), 75–91.