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Daniel J. Gervais

Sustainability markets naturally implies a major environmental dimension. It also includes cultural sustainability, and in particular the creation, dissemination and availability of Socially Responsible News (SRN) and of literary and artistic creations that contribute to human progress. This chapter examines the situation of current markets for SRN and literary and artistic productions, and in particular the disruption caused by the shift to a few major digital platforms, and suggests reforms to one important policy level: copyright, including a possible overhaul of the norms contained in the most important copyright treaty, the Berne Convention, which was last revised on substance in 1967.

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Daniel J. Gervais

This chapter provides an Introduction to the book, setting out the central concepts of the book and giving an overview of each chapter.

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Edited by Daniel J. Gervais

This forward-looking book examines the issue of intellectual property (IP) law reform, considering both the reform of primary IP rights, and the impact of secondary rights on such reforms. It reflects on the distinction between primary and secondary rights, offering new international perspectives on IP reform, and exploring both the intended and unintended consequences of changing primary rights or adding secondary rights.
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International Intellectual Property

A Handbook of Contemporary Research

Edited by Daniel J. Gervais

International Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research provides researchers and practitioners of international intellectual property law with the necessary tools to understand the latest debates in this incredibly dynamic and complex field. The book contains both doctrinal analyses and groundbreaking theoretical research by many of the most recognized leading experts in the field. It offers overviews of the major international instruments, with specific chapters on the Berne and Paris Conventions, the Patent Cooperation treaty and several chapters that discuss parts of the TRIPS Agreement. The book can also be used by students of international intellectual property to obtain useful knowledge of major institutions and instruments, and to gain an understanding of ongoing discussions.