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Índice Internacional de Derecho de Propiedad

 

 

Índice Internacional  de Derecho de Propiedad   (Hacer para leer en síntesis)

This report presents the sixth edition of the International Property Rights Index (IPRI).

The IPRI is an annual study that compares countries in terms of their protection of property rights – both physical and intellectual.

Like previous editions of the IPRI, the 2012 report seeks to investigate the effects of a country’s strong legal and political environment,recognition, and enforcement of physical and intellectual property rights on the economic development of a country. This year’s report compares 130 economies using these three variables as core components and ranks them accordingly.

Because of the expansion of some of the underlying data sources this year’s index welcomes the addition ofYemen. The reader is reminded that some changes in relative positions of the countries could reflect changes in the sample of countries instead of substantive changes within a country’s property rights regime. To enable assessing changes in countries’ performance, the author presents new tables showing the changes in absolute scores for the IPRI and its components (Tables 5-8).

Since its inaugural publication in 2007, the authors have focused on identifying the data sources, that best represent the strength of a nation’s property regime while keeping in mind the necessity for consistency of the index. The 2012 index uses the same components and data sources as the 2011 index and maintains consistency with the previous editions through using the same weighting scheme.

Additionally, an extensive analysis of the previous years’ data has been done to identify any issues that could hamper the comparison of scores across years.

To better compare countries IPRI scores across time country profiles have been included to provide the historic progression of the IPRI scores and its components, point to any advances or regressions, and show strong or weak points in countries’ property rights.

Following the 2011 IPRI, the gender equality component of the 2012 IPRI focuses solely on non-OECD countries. The author believes, however, that it is important to understand the impact of land rights on economic development and gender equality.Therefore, the focus of this component on non-OECD countries is appropriate.

The 2012 IPRI builds on the previous editions to provide an even more comprehensive measure of property rights. Despite significant improvements over the years, there continue to be data limitations and challenges with data collection and interpretation.We are confident that future editions of the report will address and progressively overcome these issues.

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