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No One Will Remain Unaffected.
Upon the inception of the US-China trade war, China's IP regime experienced rapid-fire development. The STAR market and the first patent securitization deal are a few of many developments accelerated by this conflict showing that the market appetite for IP monetization has reached an extraordinary level in China.
Innovation's Crouching Tiger, like a telescope, is a tool that readers can use to clearly see the cutting-edge developments in China. Equipped with a three-lens methodology and case studies, Dr. Chung offers countless resources to help readers successfully make their own plan of action in this unprecedented time and is the first guide of its kind in English. Now, more than ever, is the best time to take action. To collaborate or to compete.
.Unprecedented: The first book written for international readers who want to obtain their own insights on China's innovation regime and IP monetization.
.Structured content: Inspired by the three-lens analytical framework taught at MIT Sloan School, the book organizes content into three dimensions of IP: IP transfer, IP pledge and IP risk control, which can be effectively and precisely understood.
.Profound knowledge in simple language: The opening chapter uses simple concepts and stories to explain profound theories of socialism and historical tracks of China's innovation regime to enlighten readers with a strong foundation prior to going into deeper analysis. A special chapter crystalizes the essence of the book into actionable strategies, as a quick guidance to help readers formulate their own plans for co-competition.
.Timely surveys, case studies, news summaries with charts and tables: The book covers three independent surveys and five case studies, mining deep into the topics most intriguing to foreign observers. Topics including IP exchanges, AI and big data application in innovation, the new STAR board, and IP securitization deals.
Readers Who Benefit the Most
.Young business professionals planning their career paths under the new global economic norm
.Senior business managers shuffling their global technology supply chains around the US-China trade war
.Engineers, scientists, or researchers wanting to apprehend the changes of the global innovation ecosystem resulting from China's technological growth.
.Think tanks within governments, NGOs, or global institutes deploying their resources in response to China's developing innovation regime.
.Investors and their agents (bankers, lawyers, accountants) seeking insights on global investment opportunities created by chain reactions from China's move in innovation.