IP Across Disciplines (2)

Sun, 6/2: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM 
Paper Session 
Sunday Session 1 
Room: Thornton Lounge 
IP law scholarship , whether focused on patent, copyright, trademark, or other types of intellectual property law, is increasingly interdisciplinary-although careful and deep doctrinal and policy analysis is also prominent in the field. These papers bring scholars from around the world to address issues and present results of studies of IP law, behavior, culture, and politics that draw on multiple disciplines and methodologies to explore the many dimensions of IP in everyday life and practice.


Peter Yu, Texas A&M School of Law  - Contact Me


14: Culture, Society, and Intellectual Property

Primary Keyword

Intellectual Property, Culture, and Cultural Heritage


Polish Discourses on Copyright – Between Cultural Policy, Creative Industry and "Copyright Populism"


Ewa Radomska, Jagiellonian University  - Contact Me

Public Interest Challenges to Gene Patents: A Network Analysis Of Patent "Outsiders"


Louise Hatherall, University of Bristol  - Contact Me

When Should Intellectual Property be Protected as an Investment?


Emmanuel Kolawole Oke, University of Edinburgh  - Contact Me

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