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IP Regime Adoption In Asia

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The emerging globalisation of IP rights and regulations has evolved within a system of relationships and incentives that have affected knowledge economy actors in different countries in different ways and at different times. This chapter outlines the different factors that can influence both the pace and legal structure of national IP regime adoption. It presents a number of examples of Asian legal system development at different historical points in time to show that the legal enhancements and social attitude adjustments that appear to be taking place in China and India are not of themselves unique events but form part of a regime evolutionary process across the region.

Keywords: Asia; IP regime adoption



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