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Special 301 and Royalty Receipts from U.S. Trade Partners

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Every year, the United States evaluates the protection of intellectual property rights in foreign markets in the context of its Special 301 review. U.S. trading partners that are found to provide inadequate protection are designated as priority countries. This article quantifies the increase in U.S. receipts of royalties and license fees from countries after they were designated as Special 301 priorities, using an econometric model of U.S. royalty receipts from 33 countries over the period 2001–2008. The priority designations between 2001 and 2007 are associated with a cumulative $5.4 billion increase in annual U.S. royalty receipts.
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Keywords: intellectual property rights; royalties; trade in services; trade policy

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: U.S. International Trade Commission, Washington,DC, USA

Publication date: September 1, 2012

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