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The End of Chinese Cultural Exceptionalism? Part 3 of 3: Forget It, Jack, It’s Chinatown

Cross posted on China Law Blog. Part 1: The Ancient History of the DVD is here. Part 2: Who Wants What is here. I won’t pretend any expertise on Hollywood-China film politics, but it does sound like it would make … Continue reading

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The End of Chinese Cultural Exceptionalism? Part 2 of 3: What Everyone Wants

Again, this is jointly posted with China Law Blog. Part 1: ‘The Ancient History of the DVD’ is  here. Part 3: ‘Forget it, Jack, it’s Chinatown’ is here. …. Although we initially approached piracy an intellectual property issue, we ended … Continue reading

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The End of Chinese Cultural Exceptionalism? Part 1 of 3: The Ancient History of the DVD

Dan Harris at China Law Blog invited me to write a post about the launch of the Chinese translation of Media Piracy in Emerging Economies.  There is no China chapter in the report, but of course there are numerous China … Continue reading

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MPEE goes to China

For those of you who have been waiting to read Media Piracy in Emerging Economies in Chinese, we have good news! We are pleased to release MPEE-Chinese Edition, free for download under a CC license. We (Joe Karaganis and Jinying … Continue reading

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Data Laundering Done Right: the ITC China Study

I guess this doesn’t come as a big surprise, but the recent mini-scandal over McKinsey & Co’s survey of employers’ responses to the US health care reform act shows pretty clearly how pressure for transparency in policy research in the … Continue reading

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