Intellectual Property Policy Reform: Fostering Innovation and Development
Edward Elgar Pub | 2009 | ISBN: 1848441630 | 336 pages | PDF | 1,2 MB


This state-of-the-art study argues that reforms to intellectual property (IP) should be based on the ways IP is interacting with new technologies, business models, work patterns and social mores. It identifies emerging IP reform proposals and experiments, indicating first how more rigor and independence can be built into the grant of IP rights so that genuine innovations are recognized.


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