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A New Approach to U.S. Copyright Policy against Piracy in China
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Sherman, B. & Bently, L. (1999). The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law: The British Experience, 1760-1911. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Shiva, V. (1997). Biopiracy: the Plunder of Nature and Knowledge. Boston: South End Press. Shiva, V. (2000). “North-South Conflicts in Intellectual Property Rights,” Peace Review.12:4, pp. 501-508. Siegmud, J. (2000). “Entertainment and Electronic Media,” US Industry & Trade Outlook 2000. Washington DC: The Department of Commerce, Chapter 32. Sparkman, M. A. (2001). Paper Policies: China Still Struggles with IPR Protection.Unpublished Paper at Elliott School of International Affairs, the George Washington University, April 12. Spierer, J. C. (1999). “Intellectual Property in China: Prospectus for New Market Entrants,” Harvard Asia Quarterly, Summer. [Online] Available at: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~asiactr/haq/199903/9903a010.htm Steidlmeier, P. (1993). “The Moral Legitimacy of Intellectual Property Claims: American Business and Developing Country Perspectives,” Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 12, pp. 157-164. Tiefenbrun, S. (1998). “Piracy of Intellectual Property in China and the Former Soviet Union and Its Effects upon International Trade: A Comparison,” Buffalo Law Review. 1,11. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. (1975). The Role of the Patent System in the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries. New York: United Nations. United States Trade Representative. (1995). 1994 Annual Report: People's Republic of China. [Online] Available at: http://www.ustr.gov/html/1994_china.html United States Trade Representative. (1996). 1995 Annual Report, Bilateral Negotiations: People's Republic of China. [Online] Available at: http://www.ustr.gov/html/1996_tpa_contents.html United States Trade Representative. (1996a). 1995 National Trade Estimate: People's Republic of China. [Online] Available at: http://www.ustr.gov/html/1995_china.html United States Trade Representative. (1997). 1996 National Trade Estimate: People's Republic of China. [Online] Available at: http://www.ustr.gov/reports/nte/1996/china.html

Authors: Mun, Seung-Hwan.
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Sherman, B. & Bently, L. (1999). The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law: The
British Experience, 1760-1911
. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Shiva, V. (1997). Biopiracy: the Plunder of Nature and Knowledge. Boston: South End
Press.

Shiva, V. (2000). “North-South Conflicts in Intellectual Property Rights,” Peace Review.
12:4, pp. 501-508.

Siegmud, J. (2000). “Entertainment and Electronic Media,” US Industry & Trade Outlook
2000
. Washington DC: The Department of Commerce, Chapter 32.

Sparkman, M. A. (2001). Paper Policies: China Still Struggles with IPR Protection.
Unpublished Paper at Elliott School of International Affairs, the George Washington
University, April 12.

Spierer, J. C. (1999). “Intellectual Property in China: Prospectus for New Market
Entrants,” Harvard Asia Quarterly, Summer. [Online] Available at:
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~asiactr/haq/199903/9903a010.htm
Steidlmeier, P. (1993). “The Moral Legitimacy of Intellectual Property Claims: American
Business and Developing Country Perspectives,” Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 12, pp.
157-164.

Tiefenbrun, S. (1998). “Piracy of Intellectual Property in China and the Former Soviet
Union and Its Effects upon International Trade: A Comparison,” Buffalo Law Review. 1,
11.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. (1975). The Role of the Patent
System in the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries
. New York: United
Nations.

United States Trade Representative. (1995). 1994 Annual Report: People's Republic of
China. [Online] Available at:
http://www.ustr.gov/html/1994_china.html
United States Trade Representative. (1996). 1995 Annual Report, Bilateral Negotiations:
People's Republic of China. [Online] Available at:
http://www.ustr.gov/html/1996_tpa_contents.html
United States Trade Representative. (1996a). 1995 National Trade Estimate: People's
Republic of China. [Online] Available at:
http://www.ustr.gov/html/1995_china.html
United States Trade Representative. (1997). 1996 National Trade Estimate: People's
Republic of China. [Online] Available at:
http://www.ustr.gov/reports/nte/1996/china.html


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