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    Title: 中國大陸智慧財產權在WTO體系下的改革與發展
    Other Titles: The development of China’s intellectual property rights under the WTO
    Authors: 馮怡超;Feng, Yi-chao
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士在職專班
    郭建中;Kuo, Jiann-Jong
    Keywords: Copyright;Intellectual Property Rights;patent right;Trademark right;商標權;專利權;智慧財產權;著作權
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:33:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在科技爆炸的年代下,智財權重要性不斷的增加,儼然成為未來市場的趨勢。本論文主要討論中國大陸的智慧財產權,在加入世界貿易組織之後的變革。中國大陸身為崛起中的經濟大國,同時擁有大量低廉人工與世界最大市場優勢。在面對歐美國家聯合抵制的情況下,中國大陸的智產權實力仍可以不斷進步;但依照目前的經濟實力與創造能力,中國大陸仍然沒有實力去敵對全世界,因此在謀取進步的同時,如何讓國內的智產權相關法令能夠跟國際接軌,增加自己在國際上的商譽,也是中國大陸極需專注的地方。本研究的主要目的,就是研究中國大陸的智財權在WTO架構下的演進狀況,以及對未來的推演。
    In the era of information explosion, intellectual property rights have become ever more important and became the trend of the future market. This thesis primarily discusses the changes of mainland China’s intellectual property rights after it joined World Trade Organization. Mainland China is the economic power on the rise; its advantages are its cheap labors and are world’s largest market. Even facing united boycotts from Western countries, China’s IP rights are still gaining grounds. But China’s economic prowess and productivity is still not strong enough to antagonize the world. It became apparent that China needs to focus on how to integrate its intellectual property laws to international standard, improve its business reputation, and while at the same time seek more progress. The purpose of this study will research on China’s IP rights under the WTO frame and its past development as well as its future prospect.
    The method of this thesis will be based on case analysis, and cross-reference on real scenarios. The model will analyze starting from 1992 when China first announced to join WTO until 2016, during these 24 years, the changes of its IP and related laws. This paper will study scholars’ research and speeches on China’s IP progress, to conclude its best market strategy in patent, trademark and copyright. The hope is to offer Taiwan some light of examples in future policy making on these fields.
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