Intellectual property rights (lPR) protection is a challenge for businesses operating in mainland China. This paper reports findings from an exploratory study examining IPR protection strategies by a sample of foreign and local businesses operating in China. These strategies and practices go beyond the usual legal means to include social responsibility measures, innovation one-stop business-solution, close cooperation with local business partner, market quarantine, and production-process isolation.
|Title of host publication||International Business in the Asia-Pacific Region|
|Subtitle of host publication||challenges, opportunities and strategies for research and practice|
|Place of Publication||Beijing, China|
|Publisher||University of International Business and Economics|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||Inaugural Australia-China International Business Research Conference - Beijing, China|
Duration: 22 Sep 2007 → 24 Sep 2007
|Conference||Inaugural Australia-China International Business Research Conference|
|Period||22/09/07 → 24/09/07|
- intellectual property rights
- IPR protection
- mainland China
Tang, Y. (2007). Corporate IPR protection strategies in China: evidence from foreign and local businesses operating in China. In International Business in the Asia-Pacific Region: challenges, opportunities and strategies for research and practice (pp. 1-15). Beijing, China: University of International Business and Economics.