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Books on Intellectual Property Law in China Available at the SJTU Library

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Intellectual property rights, development, and catch up : an international comparative study - Hiroyuki Odagiri
Call Number: D99/A10 2010
ISBN: 9780199574759
Publication Date: 2010
Location:Pao Yue-Kong Library

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The Economics of Cultural Policy - C D Throsby
Call Number: G05 T531E 2010
ISBN: 9780521868259
Publication Date: 2010
Location:Pao Yue-Kong Library

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European copyright law : a commentary - Michel M Walter ; Silke von Lewinski
Call Number: D950.34 E89E 2010
ISBN: 9780199227327
Publication Date: 2010
Location:Pao Yue-Kong Library

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Principles of cybercrime - Jonathan Clough
Call Number: D914.399 C647P 2010
ISBN: 9780521899253
Publication Date: 2010
Location:Pao Yue-Kong Library

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Chinese intellectual property law in the 21st century
Call Number: D923.4 X8C 2002
ISBN: 9626610441
Publication Date: 2002
Location:KoGran Law Library

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Guide to China copyright law studies - Robert Haibin Hu
Call Number: D923.4 H874G 2000
ISBN: 1575886294
Publication Date: 2000
Location:KoGran Law Library

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The Logic of Collective Action - Mancur Olson
ISBN: 9780674537514
Publication Date: 1965-01-01



State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) is directly affiliated to the State Council with main responsibilities including: organizing and coordinating IPR protection work nationwide and improving the construction of IPR protection system; standardizing the basic orders of patent administration; planning and formulating drafts of IP and patent laws and regulations and so on. You may find the legislation and some useful statistics on China's Patent development.





    WIPO Resource

    WIPO Lex is an electronic database which provides access to intellectual property (IP) laws and treaties of the Members of WIPO, the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the United Nations (UN).  It also covers IP-related treaties administered by various multilateral and regional organizations as well as bilateral treaties which contain IP-relevant provisions.  WIPO Lex aims to provide legal information which is authoritative, comprehensive and up-to-date.  Given the scope of coverage, the database is a work-in-progress and updating of entries is done on a continuous and regular basis.


      TRIPS: Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights

      On December 11, 2001, China formally became a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO).  As a member of the WTO, China has agreed to adhere to all of the agreements in force under the WTO.  Specifically, China has agreed to adhere to the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS).  Information on the requirements of the TRIPS agreement can be found at the WTO's official website under Intellectual Property: Protection and Enforcement and TRIPS material.


      Current Awareness: China IP Magazine

      China Intellectual Property Magazine (China IP) is a unique bilingual English/Chinese, bi-monthly magazine published by Hurrymedia Co., Ltd. since June 2004, covering the latest developments in  China’s IP industry, including both the actions of the Chinese government and private enterprises, as they confront and deal with vital issues related to intellectual property enforcement and protection.

      China IP Law Useful Link


        Intellectual Property Law in Modern China

        China's major intellectual property legislation includes the Trademark Law, the Patent Law, the Copyright Law and the Administrative Regulations on the Protection of Computer Software.

        Google Scholar: Finding Journals and Other Scholarly Works on China's Intellecutal Property Laws


        Current Awareness: Global IPRs Research Center

        Global IPRs Research Center ( G·IPRs ), is a non-profit and professional website which is initiated by PRC IP lawyers based on the spirit of Creative Commons with the collaborative creation and maintenance of volunteers.

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