Possibility of Intellectual Property Right Education in Thailand

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Senshu Yoshii
Tanasin Yatsungnoen

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In ASEAN countries, Japanese companies have established many factories and produced a large number of products. Higher education graduates will contribute to technology transfer between Japan and ASEAN countries. Additionally, product development activities have been conducted in the factories of the respective ASEAN countries in recent years. In current higher education, however, it is difficult for students to consider in terms of enabling technology transfer. Foreign students from ASEAN countries prefer to seek employment in Japanese companies in their home country in order to transfer technology. However, the current curriculum is inadequate to follow up for these students in higher education. In higher education, therefore, the time to incorporate technology transfer in the curriculum is coming, especially the possibility of Intellectual Property Rights education in Thailand.


 


 

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