Innovation and IPRs in China and India: Myths, Realities and by Kung-Chung Liu, Uday S. Racherla

By Kung-Chung Liu, Uday S. Racherla

This publication examines the 2 so much populous international locations in the world – India and China – with a view to demystify the interplay among highbrow estate rights (IPR) regimes, innovation and financial progress by means of seriously the industrial and criminal realities. moreover, it analyzes the query of the way innovation can most sensible be remodeled into IPR, and the way IPR can top be exploited to inspire innovation. evaluating and contrasting those tremendous countries should be hugely invaluable as China and India have been the 2 fastest-growing economies within the final 3 many years, and jointly their populations make up one 3rd of the world’s overall inhabitants; as such, exploring the best way to maintain their development through innovation and commercialization of IPR can have an incredible confident impression on worldwide future health.  
While a examine of those mega international locations with such varied dimensions and magnitudes can by no means be actually entire, this joint attempt by way of students from legislations, company administration and economics disciplines that pursues an empirical process makes a helpful contribution. Divided into 3 components, the 1st bargains an in-depth doctrinal and empirical research. the second one half completely makes a speciality of India, whereas the final is devoted to China.

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Finally, IPRs could enhance the market capitalization of the firm, acting as strategic signals of the strengths of the firm (Rivette and Kline 2000a, b). This may also help the firm to attract more capital from investors and shareholders. Thus, patents may serve as indicators of firm’s value. Interestingly, however, the critics of IPRs strongly believe that IPRs actually hinder innovation and contribute to too many negative effects. In fact, one of the researchers from Michigan, USA, reported empirical studies in the 1990s to show that IPR protection is not a reliable mantra for promoting either innovation or wellbeing of all the people in the world (Deardorff 1992).

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The present paper builds a cogent theory in support of this hypothesis and cites evidence to support it. 2 Discussion There has always been a debate among the researchers, practitioners, and policy makers regarding whether IPRs actually help or hurt innovation. 1 The ESA-USPTO Study The US Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) and the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) reported a pioneering research study on the impact of various forms of IPRs – namely, patents, trademarks, and copyrights – on innovation and creativity and other major benefits such as GDP growth and employment (ESA-USPTO Study 2012).

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