Patenting and Innovation Strategies in China
For years, a red-shaded map of China’s intellectual property regime would show the strongest IP protection in the major cities – indicated by deep, 100 percent red, and the weakest — barely 10 percent red — in the outlying provinces and some coastal regions. Nevertheless, firms operating in such an uneven, almost idiosyncratic legal environment, can pursue a patenting strategy that will provide a strong measure of protection. This author describes four such strategies.
International business, Strategy, China
Asian Studies | International Business | Technology and Innovation
Strategy and Organisation
Ivey Business Journal
University of Western Ontario, Ivey Business School
Patenting and Innovation Strategies in China. (2012). Ivey Business Journal. . Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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