What May Validate Intellectual Property in a Traditional Chinese Mind? Examining the U.S.-China IP Disputes through a Historical Inquiry
Shao, K. (2006) What May Validate Intellectual Property in a Traditional Chinese Mind? Examining the U.S.-China IP Disputes through a Historical Inquiry. Journal of Information, Law and Technology, 1 . pp. 1-22.
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One of the most significant issues of today’s world is the intellectual property (IP) dispute between the developing countries and the developed. The TRIPs and the IP policies of the developed countries in the rest of the world have been vehemently criticised because the interests of the poor are not treated equally. Under this background, academic researches on the validation of IP laws shall not merely examine whether the developing countries are applying IP laws in line with the demand of the developed but try to scrutinize whether the current international IP regime per se can be validated.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Publisher:||The Law School, University of Warwick|
|Copyright:||The Law School, University of Warwick|
|Notes:||Ke Shao, Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, University of London|
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