Tales of intellectual property in the South Pacific
"The aim of this paper is to seek to bridge the gap between ... theoretical justifications and the local context of the Pacific islands region. In doing so, it builds upon the growing body of literature that questions the relevance and utility of intellectual property laws in developing and least developed countries, and indeed the expansionist approach to intellectual property worldwide (see The Washington Declaration on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest 2011). In particular, it...[Show more]
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