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Forced technology transfer and China

Bob Carbaugh and Chad Wassell

Economic Affairs, 2019, vol. 39, issue 3, 306-319

Abstract: Innovation is the most important competitive advantage of the United States. However, the infringement of intellectual property and the forcing of US firms to transfer technology to foreign firms have become increasingly important issues in recent years. This article discusses the implications of China's forced technology transfer regime.

Date: 2019
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