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Intellectual Property and Agriculture

Brad Sherman and Susannah Chapman

Intellectual Property and Agriculture addresses the important but largely neglected question of intellectual property’s relationship to the production, processing, marketing, and circulation of agricultural inputs, products, and practices. This comprehensive literature review assesses the work of scholars from law, history, anthropology, science and technology studies, economics, and plant science on plants and plant genetic resources, late twentieth century international intellectual property agreements, and geographical indications of origin.

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