A New Method to Value Intellectual Property

American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal, Vol. 30, p. 353, 2002

33 Pages Posted: 16 Aug 2005

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Ted Hagelin

Syracuse University - College of Law


This paper first describes the three basic valuation methods (cost, market and income)and the current valuation methods for intellectual property (25 percent rule, industry standards, ranking, surrogate measures, disaggregation methods, the Monte Carlo method and the real option methods). The paper then introduces a new method to value intellectual property - Competitive Advantage Valuation (CAV). The CAV method is explained in general terms, and the applications and advantages of the CAV method are discussed.

Keywords: intellectual property, valuation

Suggested Citation

Hagelin, Ted, A New Method to Value Intellectual Property. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=777705

Ted Hagelin (Contact Author)

Syracuse University - College of Law ( email )

Syracuse, NY 13244-1030
United States

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