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Assessing Intellectual Property Compliance in Contemporary China: The World Trade Organisation TRIPS

The Significance of Intellectual Property in Contemporary ChinaThe Significance of International Intellectual PropertyDefinitions and ContextThe Development of Intellectual Property in the International Trading SystemThe Significance of WTO Accession for ChinaThe Nature of the Post-WTO Chinese Legal SystemIntellectual Property in China Prior to WTO AccessionIntellectual Property in Imperial ChinaReforms in Intellectual Property Under the GuomindangDevelopment of Intellectual Property in the PRCDevelopment of Intellectual Property in the Reform EraOutline of the Research ProjectNotesReferencesHow to Assess Compliance with the TRIPS Agreement: Concepts and MethodsThe Concept of “Compliance”Defining the Concept of “Compliance”Theories of “Compliance”Towards a Comprehensive Model of CompliancePrevious Studies of Compliance in the Chinese ContextSummary and ConclusionNotesReferencesThe TRIPS Agreement: Developing Global Rules for Intellectual Property ProtectionThe Drafting of the TRIPS AgreementThe Provisions of the TRIPS AgreementThe TRIPS Provisions on EnforcementAnalysing the TRIPS Agreement in the Context of Compliance TheoryThe Characteristics of the AccordThe Characteristics of the Activity InvolvedThe International EnvironmentSummary and ConclusionNotesReferencesA Framework for Assessing Compliance with the TRIPS AgreementResearch Strategy and DesignEthical IssuesPractical IssuesOverview of Data and RespondentsReferencesAssessing Compliance with the TRIPS Agreement in ChinaImplementing the TRIPS Agreement in ChinaThe Impact of the TRIPS Agreement on the IP System in ChinaImplementing the TRIPS Agreement in the Formal LegislationImplementing the TRIPS Agreement in the Enforcement SystemAn Initial Assessment of China’s Overall Compliance with TRIPS ObligationsOutline of China’s Post-TRIPS Intellectual Property SystemNotesReferencesAssessing the Post-TRIPS Intellectual Property System in China in the Short Term: Exploring the Enforcement GapThe 2005 Intellectual Property System in ActionRespondents’ Experiences of the IP System in 2005-6Exploring the Enforcement Gap Using the Comprehensive Model of ComplianceParametersFundamental FactorsProximate FactorsSummary and ConclusionNotesReferencesAssessing the Post-TRIPS Intellectual Property System in China in the Long Term: Adapting to Local ConditionsThe 2015 Intellectual Property System in Action: Changes Observed from 2005Legislative ChangesChanges in EnforcementChanges in Domestic Chinese Rights-HoldersFactors Contributing to the Current State of the IP System: Explaining the Changes from 2005 to 2015ParametersFundamental FactorsProximate FactorsOther FactorsExploring the Process of ChangeSummary and ConclusionNotesReferencesImplications and ConclusionsSummary of Preceding ChaptersTowards a Dynamic Model of ComplianceAnalysing IP in China Using Theories of ComplianceNon-Country-Specific Factors Affecting ComplianceCountry-Specific Factors Affecting ComplianceThe Dynamic Process of Changing ComplianceImplications of the StudyImplications for Theories of ComplianceImplications for the WTOImplications for Trading PartnersImplications for the Chinese GovernmentImplications for Rights-HoldersConcluding ThoughtsNoteReferences

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