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China’s Approach to Compulsory Licensing of Intellectual Property Under Its Anti-Monopoly Law

  • Michael Jacobs
  • Xinzhu Zhang
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    Antitrust laws differ in their approaches to compulsory licensing not because they subscribe to different schools of economic thought, but because the different political and cultural beliefs that inform and animate them lead inevitably to different answers. Michael Jacobs (DePaul Univ.) & Xinzhu Zhang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences).

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    Article provided by Competition Policy International in its journal CPI Journal CPI(6)2.

    Volume (Year): 6 (2010)
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    Handle: RePEc:cpi:cpijrn:6.2.2010:i=5739
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