On October 3 the National Academies are hosting a program on
“Management of Intellectual Property in Standards Setting Processes”.
The China paper by Dan Breznitz and Michael Murphree, entitled
“Shaking Grounds? Technology Standards in China” is already posted,
and the authors have consented to my linking to it here.
The October 3 morning session is on Standards Processes and IP
Treatment in Emerging Economies, chaired by veteran Richard
Suttmeier. The program has a great cast of scholars, officials and
corporate executives who work global standardization issues and
policies. Here is the preliminary agenda.