New Economics Papers
on Law and Economics
Issue of 2013‒05‒22
one paper chosen by
Jeong-Joon Lee, Towson University

  1. Features of IP rights enforcement in Korea and China By Nomura, Takashi; Okada, Saori; Yoshizaki, Takeshi

  1. By: Nomura, Takashi; Okada, Saori; Yoshizaki, Takeshi
    Abstract: This report examines recent updates to the regulation and enforcement of intellectual property (IP) rights in Korea and China, in particular patent rights including invention, utility, and design rights. This paper also discusses some features and issues of the actual IP enforcement situation in those countries in comparison with Japan.
    Keywords: East Asia, South Korea, China, Intellectual property, Patents, Industrial property law, Copyrights, IP enforcement, Korea
    JEL: K33 K41 K42
    Date: 2013–04

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