Edited by Graeme B. Dinwoodie
The diversity of methods used and perspectives displayed in intellectual property law scholarship is now quite vast. This book brings together scholars from around the globe to discuss these methods and provide insights into how they are best used.
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- Methods and Perspectives in Intellectual Property
- Chapter 1: The role of comparative legal analysis in intellectual property law: From good to great?
- Chapter 2: Comparative approaches to fair use: An important impulse for reforms in EU copyright law
- Chapter 3: A fundamental critique of the law-and-economics analysis of intellectual property rights*
- Chapter 4: The applicability of diminishing returns law to the patent system
- Chapter 5: Trade marks and quality assurance
- Chapter 6: The social function of intellectual property rights, or how ethics can influence the shape and use of IP law
- Chapter 7: What can intellectual property law learn from happiness research?
- Chapter 8: Intellectual property and sustainable development: A distributive justice perspective
- Chapter 9: Transcoding and transformation: A cultural studies approach to copyright fair use doctrine
- Chapter 10: The development imperative in the global IP system: Some reflections on developing Africa
- Chapter 11: PPPs in global IP (public & ndash;private partnerships in global intellectual property)
- Chapter 12: Understanding intellectual property
- Chapter 13: Exclusion and access in copyright law: The unbalanced features of the InfoSoc Directive
- Chapter 14: Access to medicines and the growth of the pharmaceutical industry in Britain
- Chapter 15: Can a culture of crowdsourcing be harnessed to enhance the validity and narrow the scope of issued patents? The peer-to-patent pilots
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