This book explores the legal, institutional, and political implications of intellectual property and human rights law and policy in three ways: (1) by offering a framework for exploring the connections and divergences between these subjects; (2) by identifying the pathways along which jurisprudence, policy, and political discourse are likely to evolve; and (3) by serving as a teaching and learning resource for scholars, activists, and students.
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This book examines the impact of intellectual property laws on key areas of human development. It addresses both current trends and future scenarios in relation to health, food security, education, new technologies, protection of traditional knowledge, and other forms of bio-cultural heritage, alongside contemporary concerns in promoting the arts.
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This book provides the first comprehensive study of what cannot be patented and what should not be patentable in Europe.
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