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PENATAAN DAN PEMBERDAYAAN PEDAGANG KAKI LIMA SEBAGAI USAHA KECIL SELARAS DENGAN TATA RUANG WILAYAH KOTA PEKALONGAN Esmara Sugeng; Listyo Budi Santoso
Pena Jurnal Ilmu Pengetahuan Dan Teknologi Vol 20, No 2 (2011): Pena Maret 2011
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Pekalongan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31941/jurnalpena.v20i2.39

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 Vendors  included  in  the  category  of  small  businesses,  and  also  as  an  integral  part  of business  which  is  the  economic  activity  of  society.  Vendors  have  the  position,  potential and  strategic  role  to  realize  the  structure  of  the  national  economy  that  increasingly balanced by economic democracy Relative to the street hawkers as a small business need to  be  more  empowered  to  take  advantage  of  business  opportunities  and  address challenges  of  economic  development  in the future.  Arrangement  of street  vendors is  not an  easy task, because it involves the  lives  of  many that can be said to reflect the  life  of "grassroots", so that the handling of policy and strategy requires a comprehensive and full of wisdom and humanity.Key word : small business, Empowerment, spatial 
IMPLEMENTASI HAK KEKAYAAN INTELEKTUAL (HKI) PADA INDUSTRI BATIK DI PEKALONGAN Siti Asadah Hijriwati; Esmara Sugeng
Pena Jurnal Ilmu Pengetahuan Dan Teknologi Vol 21, No 2 (2011): Pena September 2011
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31941/jurnalpena.v21i2.45

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IPR is a right that arises as a result of human creative action menghsilkan innovative works that can be applied in human life. As an exclusive rights, Protection of Intellectual Property Rights was originally a form of protection provided by the state of the idea or the handiwork of its citizens, and therefore the rights to the Intellectual Property is fundamentally territorial statehood. Recognition of Intellectual Property Rights protection in a country does not mean the  protection  of Intellectual  Property  Rights in other countries.  Implementation provisions concerning Intellectual Property Rights have been implemented but have not been up this is due because of the perception of a diverse society on the one side are many who regard IPR has  not  been  necessary because  it  would limit a  person  to do  good to fellow humans,  but there are also people who have started realizing the importance of IPRs thus sought to protect the IPR in this regard is Copyright and Trademark Rights. But in the implementation of the IPR there are also constraints that accompany the marketing system that has not been good, often change-change that motif as well as limited capital and human resources.Key words: Intellectual Property Rights, implementation and public perception.