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Intellectual Property and Technology Standards in China

Eric Altback, Scott Kennedy, Richard P. Suttmeier, Jun Su, Travis Tanner, and Xiangkui Yao

This NBR Monograph examines the evolution of China’s IP regime and draws implications for U.S. policy in the Asia-Pacific.

Published by: National Bureau of Asian Research

Title Page, Copyright

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p. 2-2

Table of Contents

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pp. i-ii

Standards, Stakeholders, and Innovation: China’s Evolving Role in the Global Knowledge Economy

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Foreword

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pp. 3-7

Today, China is moving rapidly toward fulfillment of its objective to become an “innovative society” by 2020. The implications of this transition are multifold and will bear significant consequences for the future of global information and communications technology (ICT) and other high technology sectors. A core component of this strategy...

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Standards, Stakeholders, and Innovation: China’s Evolving Role in the Global Knowledge Economy

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pp. 4-35

Since 2003, when China announced its mandatory WAPI standard as an alternative to the widely used Wi-Fi wireless communications standard, international interest in standardization in China has expanded rapidly.1 The growing size and influence of China’s economy, and China’s steadily improving technological capabilities, make analysis of...

Appendix: Acronym Key

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pp. 36-38

China’s IP Transition: Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights in a Rising China

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Foreword

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pp. 41-42

Since China acceded to the World Trade Organization in 2001, China’s intellectual property rights (IPR) landscape has become an increasingly complex, multifaceted, and contentious environment. With improved legal protections for rights holders and expansions to its anti-counterfeiting campaigns, China has encouraged the rise of new stakeholders who...

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China’s IP Transition: Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights in a Rising China

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pp. 43-66

In 2005, Anne Stevenson-Yang and Ken DeWoskin published a pioneering article entitled “China Destroys the IP Paradigm.”1 In this study, the authors call attention to a growing ferment in China about intellectual property (IP). They point to signs of a new activism as China deepens its appreciation of the relationships between IP and innovation and the importance of intangible...

Back Cover

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pp. 71-72


E-ISBN-13: 9781939131126

Page Count: 72