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A wide-ranging critique of the concept and practice of intellectual property.
This book provides an introduction to Suzanne Scotchmer's contributions to the economics of innovation, intellectual property incentives, and equilibrium theory.
Owned explains how the increasing implementation of smart technology in our world today has changed the nature of property. Fairfield explains property theory and the legal regime of online ownership as it ties to the 'Internet of Things' - the interconnected system of digital technology as controlled by corporations who...
Music: The Business (7th edition): Fully Revised and Updated, including the latest developments in music streaming
By Ann Harrison
Explains the business of the British music industry. This book offers expert opinion on the deals, the contracts and the business as a whole. It includes different types of record and publishing deals, and what you can expect to see in the contracts; and a guide to making a record,...
This volume, edited by renowned intellectual property scholars, fills a gap in the literature by focusing on geographical indications GIs for the nations in the Asia-Pacific region. Geographical indicators are an issue of interest to intellectual property, international trade, and economic development scholars and practitioners. The book is also available...
The purpose of this book is to explore the key substantive, methodological, and institutional issues raised by the proposed EU unitary patent system. Pila and Wadlow take a uniquely broad approach, offering a number of different perspectives.
By Wei Zhuang
This book aims to make the international regime of intellectual property rights more climate-friendly, enabling better access to and increased use of low carbon technologies. In the context of the recently signed Paris Agreement, this multidisciplinary and thorough study offers innovative ideas and practical guidance for academics as well as...
By Ge Chen
This book examines the topic of copyright and freedom of expression as an interdisciplinary issue. The book is not only targeted at copyright lawyers but it will also be of interest to those in the fields of human rights, global trade, economic history, political science, and modern China in general.