New CREATe Working Paper Explores Copyright and Music Policy in China

CREATe’s sixth Working Paper of 2015 is now available. Copyright and Music Policy in China: A Literature Review by John Street, Li Zhang, Maja Simuniak and Qingning Wang of the University of East Anglia locates copyright policy within a wider context that is defined by: 1) the effects of digitalization on the Chinese music industry; 2) the impact of China’s engagement with the global economy; and 3) initiatives taken by the Chinese government to develop its creative industries. This literature review documents English and Chinese language research into copyright policy in China. It is supplemented by news and specialist trade reports on the topic.

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