Piracy and the State: The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights in Chinaby Martin Dimitrov
This 2009 study of intellectual property rights (IPR) in relation to state capacity draws on extensive fieldwork in China and five other countries.See more details below
This 2009 study of intellectual property rights (IPR) in relation to state capacity draws on extensive fieldwork in China and five other countries.
- Cambridge University Press
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Table of ContentsList of tables; List of figures and GIS maps; Acknowledgments; List of abbreviations; Part I. Introduction: 1. Intellectual property and the state; Appendix: sources and methods; 2. Regulating the quality of enforcement; Part II. The Organization of the State: IPR Enforcement Options: 3. Customs: centralization without rationalization; 4. Courts: the emergence of rationalization; 5. Administrative enforcement: the complex state; 6. Criminal enforcement: the failure of coordination; Part III. The State in Action: The Politics of IPR Enforcement in China: 7. Trademarks: capricious enforcement; 8. Copyrights: beyond campaign-style enforcement; 9. Patents: creating rationalized enforcement; Part IV. Conclusion: 10. State capacity and IPR; Glossary of selected Chinese terms; Index.
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