User Generated Law
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User Generated Law

Re-Constructing Intellectual Property Law in a Knowledge Society

Edited by Thomas Riis

Engaging and innovative, User Generated Law offers a new perspective on the study of intellectual property law. Shifting research away from the study of statutory law, contributions from leading scholars explore why and how self-regulation of intellectual property rights in a knowledge society emerges and develops. Analysing examples of self-regulation in the intellectual property law based industries, this book evaluates to what extent user generated law is an accurate model for explaining and understanding this process.
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Chapter 2: Information abundance and knowledge commons

Michael J. Madison

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JOBNAME: Riis PAGE: 1 SESS: 5 OUTPUT: Fri Jun 24 12:46:39 2016 2. Information abundance and knowledge commons Michael J. Madison 1. INTRODUCTION This chapter describes a fundamental conceptual and empirical challenge to the foundations of intellec...

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