List of books in category "Intellectual Property". Human Rights and Intellectual Property Mapping the Global Interface.
List of books in category "Intellectual Property". The Digital Dilemma: Intellectual Property in the Information Age. Committee on Intellectual Property Rights in the Emerging Information Infrastructure, National Resea. 989 Kb. Managing University Intellectual Property in the Public Interest.
Intellectual Property Law by Dutfield and Suthersanen provides a broad overview of the issues at stake concerning fair and effective ways to organize the information resources upon which the well-being of us all depends. The book highlights international and comparative perspectives on IP law and policy. Although primarily targeted at postgraduate level students, the book is enlightening also for practitioners, and a must-read for all policy makers and opinion leaders in the IP field. Thomas Dreier, University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
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The global intellectual property market has become a major contributor to wealth and value creation worldwide. It can fairly serve the interests of individual inventors toiling in their garages, large corporations with substantial R&D operations, entities that own IP but don’t create products and services, and the public.
Human rights and cultural heritage, developments in the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Dean B. Suagee - Human rights implications of indigenous people's intellectual property rights, Audrey R. Chapman - International agreements and intellectual property right protection for indigenous peoples, Darrell A. Posey. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
It also includes the doctrines of passing off and breach of confidence. The role of intellectual property rights is significant in the global economy; they are the only assets that some corporations possess. In the most cases, labourers create such inventions in the course of their work.
Topography rights, rights in performance and plant breeding rights are also covered.
Book Format: Choose an option. In this book, Susy Frankel uses examples from the small market economies of Singapore, New Zealand and Israel to address global intellectual property issues. Test Tubes for Global Intellectual Property Issues - eBook.