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|Title:||The Copyright Law of China in Knowledge Revolution and Economic Globalization: Modernization, Internationalization and LocalizationThe Copyright Law of China in Knowledge Revolution and Economic Globalization: Modernization, Internationalization and Localization|
|Abstract:||Since the ‘Copyright Law of Qing Dynasty’ was promulgated in 1910, history of China’s copyright legislation has been a century long. However, the copyright law has not been well implemented in a fairly long period of time. After entering the second half of the 20th century, the development of science and technology and the advance of economic globalization make copyright law more important than ever before. Taking China’s legislative history as route, this article discusses the themes of times of China’s copyright legislation in the circumstance of knowledge revolution and economic globalization, which are modernization, internationalization, and localization. Taking changes in the relevant provisions of the copyright law as foundations, this article explores the theoretical researches of China’s copyright legislation. Taking relevant legislative materials and the social, economic, and historical background as clues, this article studies the choice and process of China’s copyright legislation. In addition, the third modification of China’s Copyright Law is also dealt with in detail.|
|ISSN:||0975-1076 (Online); 0971-7544 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.18(5) [September 2013]|
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