To what extent has the reliance on administrative enforcement caused weak IPR protection in China

To what extent has the reliance on administrative enforcement caused weak IPR protection in China

To what extent has the reliance on administrative enforcement caused weak Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection in China?

 

 

 

Introduction

For this Chinese Business Law module essay, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) infringement is a major topic of concern for many companies doing business in China or those that plan to.With upto 8% of Chinas GDP comprising of counterfeit goods, it is imperative to examine and understand the extent reliance on administrative enforcement is causing weak IPR protection as well as investigate the role other factors especially confucian culture (Shore et al. 2001), income disparities (Yang et al., 2009), and even poor IPR education (Yang 2005) may be playing in weak IPR protection.

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References

Shore, B., Venkatachalam, A., Solorzano, E., Burn, J., Hassan, S., & Janczewski, L. (2001) “Softlifting and piracy: behavior across cultures” Technology in Society, 23(4): 563–581.

Yang, Deli (2005) “Culture matters to multinationals’ intellectual property businesses” Journal of World Business, 40(3), pp. 281–301

Yang, D., Sonmez, M., Bosworth, D. & Fryxell, G. 2009, "Global Software Piracy: Searching for Further Explanations", Journal of Business Ethics, 87(2): 269-283. 

 

 

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