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Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights

Author: 
Andrew Mertha
Publication date: 
Thu, 30 Aug 2007

This brief adopts a neo-institutional approach to derive some generalizations about how China’s policies are enforced, why enforcement remains such a problem, and what foreign firms can do to meet the challenges provided by China’s enforcement regime.
In particular, the brief draws on the protection of intellectual property rights to illustrate the following.