Copyright protection for creative industries: Comparison among China and Europe

Author:Cristina Ortega Nuere - Silvia Maria González
Position::PhD, ENCATC President, European Network Leader in Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education. Institute of Leisures Studies. University of Deusto - PhD Candidate in Leisure and human development at University of Deusto

The impact and creativity has increased in the last years in Europe. It was focused by a United Nations report on creative economy in 2008. Cooperation and trade in goods and services has increased. Today, the EU is the biggest destination for China's exports and the second supplier to China. For the EU, China is the second trading partner, after the United States. Based on current agreements between the two continents, we... (see full summary)

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