Creativity, Law and Entrepreneurship

Creativity, Law and Entrepreneurship

Elgar Law and Entrepreneurship series

Edited by Shubha Ghosh and Robin Paul Malloy

Creativity, Law and Entrepreneurship explores the idea of creativity, its relationship to entrepreneurship, and the law’s role in inhibiting and promoting it. The inquiry into law and creativity reduces to an inquiry about what people do, what activities and actions they engage in. What unites law and creativity, work and play, is their shared origins in human activity, however motivated, to whatever purpose directed. In this work contributors from the US and Europe explore the ways in which law incentivizes particular types of activity as they develop themes related to emergent theories of entrepreneurship (public, private, and social); lawyering and the creative process; creativity in a business and social context; and creativity and the construction of legal rights.

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Edited by Shubha Ghosh and Robin Paul Malloy

Subjects: business and management, entrepreneurship, economics and finance, law and economics, law - academic, intellectual property law, law and economics

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