• Corpus ID: 12643933


  author={Vincent Didiek and Wiet Aryanto},
This paper addresses the issue of intellectual property theft including counterfeiting in the bilateral trade between U.S and Far East countries and discusses four areas: socio-cultural and economic aspects, technology disparity, intellectual property enforcement and protections and licensing/technology transfers that might explain why counterfeiting and/or intellectual property rights violation is so proliferate in Far East countries. 

International counterfeiting in the European Union : a host country approach

SUMMARY This paper adopts a host country approach to empirically test the factors that attract international counterfeiting to the European Union. Our empirical tests show that countries'

An exploratory study of the relationship between counterfeiting and culture

International counterfeiting affects adversely producers, consumers and domestic economies. Some attempts have been made in the last years by international organisations (European Union, World Trade

The relationship between risk control imperative and perceived causation: the case of product counterfeiting in China

The counterfeiting of safety critical products such as pharmaceuticals is a significant risk to public safety, but the literature suggests that much of the causation of counterfeiting is endogenous:

Usage of unauthorized software in Taiwan

In this study usage of unauthorized software was examined in detail to reveal the methods by which users obtain pirated software, the quantities and varieties of pirated software in use, and the

Factors affecting consumers’ purchase intention for counterfeit luxury goods in Bangladesh

ARTICLE INFO Mohammad Osman Gani, Muhammad Intisar Alam, Mostaquim-Al-Islam, Shahin Ahmed Chowdhury and Mohammad Omar Faruq (2019). Factors affecting consumers’ purchase intention for counterfeit

An investigation of the relationship between counterfeiting and culture: evidence from the European Union

International counterfeiting affects adversely producers, consumers and domestic economies. Some attempts have been made in the last years by international organisations (European Union, World Trade



Intellectual property rights in the global economy

Over the past 15 years, intellectual property rights (IPRs)-patents, copyrights, and trademarks-have moved from an arcane area of legal analysis and a policy backwater to the forefront of global

Intellectual property rights and foreign direct investment in emerging markets

With the continued progression towards a more globalized economy, multinational businesses are having increased difficulty in protecting their intellectual properties from theft or infringement. This

Innovation, Imitation, and Intellectual Property Rights

The debate between the North and the South about the enforcement of intellectual property rights in the South is examined within a dynamic general equilibrium framework in which the North innovates

Acquisition and licensing of intellectual property

Explores the issue of global licensing of technological advancement. Deals particularly with the legal side of things, minimizing risk in particular. Indicates that the fastest and best way of

Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, and International Technology Transfer: A Survey

What role does trade play in international technology transfer? Do technologies introduced by multinational firms diffuse to local firms? What kinds of policies have proved successful in encouraging

Software piracy: an analysis of protection strategies

Software piracy by users is generally believed to harm both software firms through lower profits and buying customers through higher prices. Thus, it is thought that perfect and costless

New Asian Emperors: The Overseas Chinese, Their Strategies and Competitive Advantages

The Foundations of Understanding: An Introduction Confucianism The overseas Chinese today The Analysis: Introduction to an informational void Concepts of strategic management The Implications for

Consumer “accomplices” in product counterfeiting: a demand side investigation

Examines the consumer′s role in the proliferation of product counterfeiting. Describes a demand‐side orientation to the counterfeiting problem and discusses results from a field experiment examining

Negotiating China : case studies and strategies

PrefaceIntroductionPART I The Chinese background1 The haggling society2 The world of the Chinese negotiatorPART II Chinese-western negotiations3 Preparing to negotiate in China4 The formal

Do counterfeits devalue the ownership of luxury brands

The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions and attitudes of original luxury brand owners towards counterfeit luxury goods. The results indicated that all respondents found luxury