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"reports requested by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance" -- Introduction

Author: Hannes Schulze

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 1614707456

Category: Political Science

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"reports requested by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance" -- Introduction
2011 By Hannes Schulze

This is the first of two reports requested by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance (Committee) on the effects of IPR infringement and indigenous innovation policies in China on U.S. jobs and the U.S. economy.

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ISBN: OCLC:947892881

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Intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement in China reduces market opportunities and undermines the profitability of U.S. firms when sales of products and technologies are undercut by competition from illegal, lower-cost imitations. Intellectual property (IP) is often the most valuable asset that a company holds, but many companies, particularly smaller ones, lack the resources and expertise necessary to protect their IP in China. 'Indigenous innovation' policies, which promote the development, commercialization, and purchase of Chinese products and technologies, may also be disadvantaging U.S. and other foreign firms and creating new barriers to foreign direct investment (FDI) and exports to China. This is the first of two reports requested by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance (Committee) on the effects of IPR infringement and indigenous innovation policies in China on U.S. jobs and the U.S. economy. In this report, the U.S. International Trade Commission (Commission or USITC) was requested to describe the principal types of reported IPR infringement in China, describe Chinese indigenous innovation policies, and outline an analytic framework for determining the effects of both IPR infringement and indigenous innovation policies on the U.S.
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China's rapid economic transformation over the past three decades has presented bothopportunities and challenges to many U.S. businesses.

Author: United States United States International Trade Commission

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China's rapid economic transformation over the past three decades has presented bothopportunities and challenges to many U.S. businesses. Despite broad success in the Chinamarket, many U.S. companies have reported that two major factors-the infringement oftheir intellectual property rights (IPR) in China and China's indigenous innovationpolicies-have undermined their competitive positions. In response to a U.S.International Trade Commission (Commission) survey, many U.S. firms reported lossesassociated with IPR infringement in China, including losses in sales, profits, and licenseand royalty fees, as well as damage to brand names and product reputation. U.S. firmshave reported losses associated with China's indigenous innovation policies as well, buthave been mostly concerned about the future implications of these evolving policies insuch areas as technical standards and preferential support to Chinese firms. In this secondof two interconnected reports requested by the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, theCommission was asked to estimate the effect of reported IPR infringement in China andChina's indigenous innovation policies on the U.S. economy and employment, to theextent feasible. This report provides such estimates, on both an economy-wide andsectoral basis, using a combination of analytic tools and qualitative information.

Author: United States International Trade Commission

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ISBN: OCLC:760891835

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This study’s statistical analysis shows that patent quality and innovation in China deserve improvement, and an in-depth legal, management science, and economic analysis in the study shows that various patent-related policies and ...

Author: Dan Prud‘homme

Publisher: European Chamber

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This study’s statistical analysis shows that patent quality and innovation in China deserve improvement, and an in-depth legal, management science, and economic analysis in the study shows that various patent-related policies and practices actually hamper patent quality and innovation in China. Over 50 recommendations for reform are provided. The study is divided into four chapters, summaries of which are as follows: Although China became the world leader in quantity of domestically filed patent applications in 2011, the quality of these patents needs improvement. Also, while certain innovation in China is rising, the country’s actual innovation appears over-hyped by some sources. There appears to be an overly heavy focus on government-set quantitative patent targets in China, which can hamper patent quality and innovation. This overemphasis involves over 10 national-level and over 150 municipal/provincial quantitative patent targets, mostly to be met by 2015, which are also linked to performance evaluations for SoEs, Party officials and government ministries, universities and research institutes, and other entities. China has a wide-range of other policies, many of which are at least partially meant to encourage patents, that can actually discourage quality patents, and highest-quality patents in particular, and innovation. Examples of these policies include a variety of measures with requirements for “indigenous intellectual property rights” that are linked to financial incentives (many of which are unrelated to government procurement); a range of other government-provided financial incentives for patent development (e.g. certain patent filing subsidies); inappropriate inventor remuneration rules; discriminatory standardization approaches; and a wide range of others. There are a host of concerns surrounding rules and procedures for patent application review and those for enforcement of patent disputes that can hamper building of quality patents and innovation in China. These include concerns about abuse of patent rights, difficulties invalidating utility models, and a wide range of other issues.
2012-08-22 By Dan Prud‘homme

“The Effects of Stronger Intellectual Property Rights on Technology Transfer: Evidence from Japanese Firm-Level Data ... 332-514, China: Intellectual Property Infringement, Indigenous Innovation Policies, and Frameworksfor Measuring the ...

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This book evaluates the risks that China’s intellectual property (IP) regime poses to innovation.

Author: Dan Prud’homme

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030104047

Category: Business & Economics

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This book evaluates the risks that China’s intellectual property (IP) regime poses to innovation. China's IP regime has been heavily criticized as potentially stifling innovation. However, the country’s innovation capabilities have risen significantly and major reforms have recently been made to its IP regime. How risky, really, is China's IP regime for innovation? This book investigates this question at different units of analysis based on a multidisciplinary assessment involving law, management, economics, and political science. Specifically, it critically appraises China's substantive IP laws, measures for boosting patent quantity and quality, measures for transmitting and exploiting technological knowledge, new experimental IP measures, and China's systems for administering and enforcing IP. Practitioners and scholars from various backgrounds can benefit from the up-to-date analysis as well as the practical managerial tools provided, including risk assessment matrices for businesses and recommendations for institutional reform.
2019-05-09 By Dan Prud’homme

Author: United States. Congressional-Executive Commission on China

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ISBN: MINN:31951D035766698

Category: China

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