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A New Approach to U.S. Copyright Policy against Piracy in China
Unformatted Document Text:  21 Jackson, M. (2002). “From Private to Public: Reexamining the Technological Basic for Copyright,” Journal of Communication, June, Vol. 52 No. 2, pp.416-433. Lee, A. S. (1997). “The Censorship and Approval Process for Media Products in China,” in Riley, M. L. (Eds.). Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in China. Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Lesser, W. (2001). The Effects of TRIPs-Mandated Intellectual Property Rights on Economic Activities in Developing Countries. Paper prepared under WIPO Special Service Agreements. Lohr, Steve. (2002). “Debate on Intellectual Property,” New York Times. Oct. 14. Maskus, K. E. (2000). Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy, Washington DC: Institute for International Economics. Mosher, S. M. (2000). Hegemon: China’s Plan to Dominate Asia and The World, San Francisco : Encounter Books, 2000. MPAA. (2002). Anti-Piracy. [Online] Available at: http://mpaa.org/anti-piracy/index.htm Oksenberg, Michel & Potter, Pitman & Abnett, William B. (1996) “Advancing Intellectual Property Rights: Information Technologies and the Course of Economic Development in China. The National Bureau of Asian Research, vol. 7, no.4, Nov. p.7. Overholt, William H. (1994). The Rise of China: How Economic Reform is Creating a New Super Power, New York : W.W. Norton & Company. Park, Walter G. (1996). “Intellectual Property Rights in a North-South Economic Context,” Science Communication. Vol. 17 (3), pp. 379-388. Ploman, E. W. & Hamilton, L. C. (1980). Copyright: Intellectual Property in the Information Age. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Pomfret, J. (2001). “New Nationalism Drives Beijing; Hard Line Reflects Public Mood,” Washington Post, Apr. 4, A1. Post, D. G. (1998). Some Thoughts on the Political Economy of Intellectual Property: A Brief Look at the International Copyright Relations of the United States. [Online] Available at: http://www.temple.edu/lawschool/dpost/Chinapaper.html Samuelson, P. (1998). Intellectual Property and Economic Development: Opportunities for China in the Information Age. Paper prepared for the 1998 International Symposium on the Protection of Intellectual Property for the 21 st Century. [Online] Available at: http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/~pam/papers/chinaip.html

Authors: Mun, Seung-Hwan.
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Jackson, M. (2002). “From Private to Public: Reexamining the Technological Basic for
Copyright
,” Journal of Communication, June, Vol. 52 No. 2, pp.416-433.

Lee, A. S. (1997). “The Censorship and Approval Process for Media Products in China,”
in Riley, M. L. (Eds.). Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in China. Hong Kong:
Sweet & Maxwell

Lesser, W. (2001). The Effects of TRIPs-Mandated Intellectual Property Rights on
Economic Activities in Developing Countries
. Paper prepared under WIPO Special
Service Agreements.

Lohr, Steve. (2002). “Debate on Intellectual Property,” New York Times. Oct. 14.

Maskus, K. E. (2000). Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy, Washington
DC: Institute for International Economics.

Mosher, S. M. (2000). Hegemon: China’s Plan to Dominate Asia and The World, San
Francisco : Encounter Books, 2000.

MPAA. (2002). Anti-Piracy. [Online] Available at:
http://mpaa.org/anti-piracy/index.htm
Oksenberg, Michel & Potter, Pitman & Abnett, William B. (1996) “Advancing
Intellectual Property Rights: Information Technologies and the Course of Economic
Development in China. The National Bureau of Asian Research, vol. 7, no.4, Nov. p.7.

Overholt, William H. (1994). The Rise of China: How Economic Reform is
Creating a New Super Power
, New York : W.W. Norton & Company.
Park, Walter G. (1996). “Intellectual Property Rights in a North-South Economic
Context,” Science Communication. Vol. 17 (3), pp. 379-388.

Ploman, E. W. & Hamilton, L. C. (1980). Copyright: Intellectual Property in the
Information Age
. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Pomfret, J. (2001). “New Nationalism Drives Beijing; Hard Line Reflects Public Mood,”
Washington Post, Apr. 4, A1.

Post, D. G. (1998). Some Thoughts on the Political Economy of Intellectual Property: A
Brief Look at the International Copyright Relations of the United States
. [Online]
Available at:
http://www.temple.edu/lawschool/dpost/Chinapaper.html
Samuelson, P. (1998). Intellectual Property and Economic Development: Opportunities
for China in the Information Age
. Paper prepared for the 1998 International Symposium
on the Protection of Intellectual Property for the 21
st
Century. [Online] Available at:
http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/~pam/papers/chinaip.html


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