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Strengthening intellectual property rights in Asia

Keith E. Maskus

Strengthening intellectual property rights in Asia

implications for Australia

by Keith E. Maskus

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Published by University of Adelaide in [Adelaide] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intellectual property -- Asia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKeith E. Maskus.
    SeriesThe forty-sixth Joseph Fisher lecture in commerce, Joseph Fisher lecture in commerce -- 46
    ContributionsUniversity of Adelaide.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG5702 .M37 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18632882M


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Introduction Intellectual property rights foster innovation. But if, as it surely does, intellectual property means not just intellectual property rules-the law of patents, copyrights, trademarks, designs, trade secrets, and unfair competition-but also intellectual property institutions-the courts, police, regulatory agencies, and collecting soc- ties that administer these rules.

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By Bienvenido S. Oplas, Jr. The degree of wealth and economic size of East Asian economies generally correlate with their degree of private property rights protection, both physical and non-physical or intellectual property.

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The harmonisation of intellectual property law that is under way in the ASEAN countries is given special attention. An extensive annotated list of websites and other references concludes the book.

Property Rights entails proficient, directed and timely updated guidance in the field of Intellectual Property Rights. Intellectual property has increasingly assumed a vital role with the rapid pace of technological, scientific and medical innovation that we are witnessing today.

Moreover, changes in the global economic environment have. Introduction. This Guide is a detailed overview of all aspects of IPR and protection in China. Produced in association with AWS, the Austrian Federal Banks specialist IPR unit based in Shanghai, this is an essential work for any businessman trading with or conducting business in China.

From covering protocol for dealing with Trade Fairs, to. Wed Aug 4, AM. Bangladesh needs to have the appropriate policy for intellectual property (IP) protection, the legal framework of. China's government on Sunday issued a directive aimed at tightening protections for Chinese intellectual-property rights, amid accusations from the U.

that China has stolen American intellectual. Mr Xi was in effect weaponising the judiciary to defend Chinas interests abroad, says Mark Cohen, a scholar of Chinese intellectual-property law at the University of California, Berkeley.

Intellectual property rights help protect creations of the mind that include inventions, literary or artistic work, images, symbols, etc. If you create a product, publish a book, or find a new drug, intellectual property rights ensure that you benefit from your work.

These rights protect your creation or work from unfair use by ted Reading Time: 4 mins. For decades, economic policymakers in developing countries have resisted pressure to strengthen their intellectual property rights (IPR) systems. Many of them have pointed to the success of high-tech industries in Asia as confirmation of the view that keeping IPR systems weak at certain stages of economic development can function as an infant industry policy, stimulating the growth of.

For decades, economic policymakers in developing countries have resisted pressure to strengthen their intellectual property rights (IPR) systems. Many of. Robin Ramcharan is Executive Director, Asia Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.

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America, Asia and Europe have all shown that as countries increase intellectual property protections, so too does foreign investment increase. Intellectual Property Rights Must Be Protected Through Effective IP Provisions in Trade Agreements Far too many governments look the other way when it comes to the theft of IP.

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