Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property by Kathy BowreyEmerging Challenges in Intellectual Property by Kathy Bowrey

Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property

byKathy Bowrey, Michael Handler, Dianne Nicol

Paperback | July 20, 2011

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This book provides an introduction to twelve current controversial areas of Intellectual Property, placing Australian concerns in an international context. Chapters consider the intersection of Intellectual Property and politics and philosophy, cultural rights, trade practices and marketing,medicine, biotechnology, agriculture, competition, trade and business practice. Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property is designed to provide an intellectual foundation to assist readers in developing their general knowledge and a sound overview of important issues, key writings and concepts. This enables readers to develop a more critical understanding of the currentpolitical and regulatory environment.
Kathy Bowrey, Professor, Faculty of Law, UNSW, Sydney. Kathy's research is primarily in the areas of history and philosophy of IP, legal theory, copyright and new media, information technology law and the intersection of western legal categories and indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights. Michael Handler, Senior Lecture...
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Title:Emerging Challenges in Intellectual PropertyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 9.65 × 6.69 × 0.63 inPublished:July 20, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195575121

ISBN - 13:9780195575125

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Table of Contents

1. Information Economy, Innovation and New Media (Kim Weatherall)2. Six Minutes to Midnight - Can Intellectual Property Save the World? (Peter Drahos)3. Indigenous Culture, Knowledge and Intellectual Property (Kathy Bowrey)4. Copyright and Freedom of Expression (David Lindsay)5. Copyright and the Creative Arts (Leanne Wiseman)6. Competing Discourses of 'Rights' and 'Harms' in Trade Mark Law (Jason Bosland and Megan Richardson)7. GI Blues: The Global Disagreement over Geographical Indications (Michael Handler and Robert Burrell)8. Are the Courts Solving the Emerging Challenges of Biotech Patents? (Dianne Nicol)9. Intellectual Property and Plants: Constitutive, Contingent and Complex (Jay Sanderson)10. IP and Competition (Jane Nielsen)11. Intellectual Property and International Trade (Chris Arup)12. Intellectual Property and Commercialisation (Adam Liberman)