Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights in a Rising China
While China continues to expand and enhance its intellectual property rights protections, many observers question the seriousness - and ultimate intention - of these efforts.
Given concerns from foreign firms about how Chinese policies can be used to promote unfair competition and force technology transfers, what does China's IP strategy mean for U.S. global competitiveness and how should U.S. stakeholders engage with China?
In the NBR Special Report, China's IP Transition: Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights in a Rising China, Richard P. Suttmeier and Xiangkui Yao offer an assessment of China's evolving intellectual property strategy, including:
- Key factors that shape China's IP policies
- The relationship between China's intellectual property strategy and indigenous innovation
- Strategies for better engagement with China that can help U.S. firms increase profitability and add jobs to the U.S. economy
Author: Richard P. Shuttmeier & Xiangkui Yao
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