ITIF, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)—a Washington, DC-based technology and economic policy think tank is seeking a trade and intellectual property policy analyst. The analyst will work on a wide range of trade policy issues including assessing foreign countries’ “innovation mercantilist” policies. According to the position announcement, the analyst will work at the intersection of a range of intellectual property, digital, and trade policy issues, including copyright, patent, digital content, and digital trade issues. ITIF informs me that the position will involve “about 25%” China-related work. This position does not require legal training. Further details are available here.
Categories: China IPR