Intellectual Property Rights in Emerging Markets
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
With the globalization of the world economy, developing nations are finding that maintaining competitiveness is a critical factor in development. Intellectual property protection has increasingly become a factor in attracting foreign and domestic investment and in maximizing a country's economic growth potential. As policymakers in developing countries struggle to attract investment and world-class technologies to their shores, they are beginning to pay more attention to their standards of intellectual property protection.
Clarisa Long, ed., Intellectual Property Rights in Emerging Markets, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (2000).