Intellectual Property and Human Development

Intellectual Property and Human Development

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This book examines the social impact of intellectual property laws. It addresses issues and trends relating to health, food security, education, new technologies, preservation of bio-cultural heritage and contemporary challenges in promoting the arts. It explores how intellectual property frameworks could be better calibrated to meet socio-economic needs in countries at different stages of development, with local contexts and culture in mind. A resource for policy-makers, stakeholders, non-profits and students, this volume furthermore highlights alternative modes of innovation that are emerging to address such diverse challenges as neglected or resurgent diseases in developing countries and the harnessing of creative possibilities on the Internet. The collected essays emphasize not only fair access by individuals and communities to intellectual property a€“ protected material, whether a cure, a crop variety, clean technology, a textbook or a tune a€“ but also the enhancement of their own capabilities in cultural participation and innovation.1, pp. 11a€“58. Aoki, K. 2007, a#39;Distributive and Syncretic Motives in Intellectual Property Law (with Special Reference to Coercion, Agency and ... 2821a€“2912, available at: Joomla1.5/content/27-6/ CHON.

Title:Intellectual Property and Human Development
Author:Tzen Wong, Graham Dutfield
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2010-10-21


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