Wilson, J. M. (2010). Product counterfeiting in Michigan: articulating and mitigating the risk.

Product counterfeiting in Michigan reflects a growing, global problem, with any trademarked product vulnerable to intellectual property rights violations. Lacking empirical data on counterfeiting crimes, insights into them remain limited. State policymakers tasked with a local response require evidence-based research to assess the risk of product counterfeiting and to create policies and strategies to combat it.

Also published in Global Edge Business Review at https://globaledge.msu.edu/content/gbr/gBR5-3.pdf.