How can traditional knowledge best be regulated? Comparing a proprietary rights approach with a regulatory toolbox approach
Traditional knowledge is increasingly being seen as a potential source of economic value in the Pacific Islands region. As a result of this, and a belief that traditional knowledge is currently at risk in a number of respects, a move to protect it has dev
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