An Institution-Based View of IPR Protection Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

There is a lot of frustration concerning the shortage of progress on intellectual property rights (IPR) protection in China. This article leverages the historic episode in many of the 19th century during which the United States was the leading IPR violator. Great Britain as the superpower of the time sought but failed to convince the USA to boost IPR protection.

Improving an association-established view of IPR protection, I assert that both the U.S. refusal to protect foreign IPR in the 19th century and the current Chinese lack of enthusiasm to fulfill U.S. demands on IPR protection are logical. Nevertheless if the history is any guide, the prospective outlook is not depressing. In 1891, the USA willingly agreed to defend the IPR of foreign works, given that the U.S. economy became sufficiently developed and U.S. IPR began to be plagiarized elsewhere. Drawing lessons from this episode of history, I predict that IPR protection will considerably augment when Chinese IPR are broadly reproduced by foreign violators outside China.

PUBLICATION DATE: March 15, 2013 PRODUCT #: BH514-HCB-ENG

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