GCIN2026

Applied law to creative industries and laws: An introduction

Credits:

Period:

Assessment:

6

1st semester

100% coursework

Prerequisite:

Nil

Co-requisite:

Nil

Description

Interdisciplinary elective course


The development of creative industries requires a business-friendly environment plus a legal environment which respect the rule of law. This course explores the changing interface between the creative industries and law. By studying the fundamental legal principles behind the economic development of the creative industries such as contracts, the company, competition and intellectual property, students will be able to learn about how the changes in laws may facilitate or hamper the business environment for creative industries, or whether these laws may stimulate more creativity in the work place or hinder the creativity by putting more legal restrictions. Apart from Hong Kong materials, discussion may also be extended to some jurisdictions such as Greater China region and Asia Pacific countries.


GCIN2026 Outline

Professor:

Wong, Max W.L.

Wong, Max W.L.

Academic Coordinator