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China Digital Copyright Exchange│中国数字版权交易

Simplifying and automating how China licenses copyright material│​中国版权授权许可的简化和自动化

Richard Naylor

Director, Research

Richard is a world leading expert in research methodologies for the culture and the creative industries, having been an early innovator in the development of frameworks for measuring the economic and social impacts of cultural activities.

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This AHRC funded project examined the potential for a Digital Copyright Exchange based in China and aimed at Chinese businesses. To deliver this project, we were partnering with the UK Copyright Hub, Beijing Foreign Studies University and the AHRC’s Centre for Digital Copyright and IP Research in China.


The intention of such an exchange was to simplify and automate how copyright material is licensed. In doing so, it can support the development of the Chinese creative industries by more easily enabling the monetisation of creative content.


It is hoped that this project was the first step in the development of a China Digital Copyright Exchange.


Further information on this work can be found on our blog:




这个英国艺术与人文研究理事会(AHRC)资助的项目将探究数字版权交易在中国的商业潜力。为进行此项目,我们与英国版权合作中心、北京外国语大学和AHRC中国数字版权和知识产权研究中心进行合作。

数字版权交易的目的是简化和自动化版权授权过程,促进创意内容的可交易化,进而支持中国创意产业的发展。

我们希望此项目成为在中国发展数字版权交易的第一步。

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