The University of California San Diego and the US Patent and Trademark Office have announced a forthcoming program in May on “New Perspectives on Innovation and Intellectual Property in China: What does the Evidence Say?.” The program will be held all day on May 19. An agenda, including registration information for this free program (lunch is included) is attached here.
The program will bring together economists, political scientists, attorneys and government officials from a range of agencies and disciplines (innovation, intellectual property, trade, antitrust, etc.) to compare evidence on how China is innovating and protecting IP.
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