The Need for a Pluralist Approach to the Link between Intellectual Property and Development: A Pacific Island Case Study
In late 2015 I completed a four-year research project examining the relationship between intellectual property and development in Pacific Island countries.1 In this article I discuss some of the main findings and their broader relevance for questions of intellectual property and development. The main finding, which then informed the entire project, was that intellectual property regulation is by no means a new concept in Pacific Island countries. Indeed, this region has always been a knowledge...[Show more]
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