FORUM - Weaving intellectual property policy in small island developing states - 27 MAY 2016

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    Abstract

    In their new book, Miranda Forsyth and Sue Farran consider the challenges of creating appropriate intellectual property frameworks in developing economies, focusing on small island states in the Pacific. The book draws together policy considerations, theories of development and law and empirical studies. It offers a competing model of intellectual property regulation to the usual Western framework, based on local conceptions of culture and indigenous understandings about use, knowledge and transfer of intangible property. This post is an edited version of Miranda’s discussion of the book at a RegNet ‘bookclub’ earlier this year.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia.
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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