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Intellectual Property Law; Articles on Cultural Expressions and Indigenous Knowledge

Paperback 2002 9789050952330
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This issue of the Molengrafica Series clarifies why the law comes into play with regard to the indicated theme. Indeed, it is a commonly shared belief all over the world that creation and innovation require legal protection in order to flourish, and thus both on a national and international level. With regard to the conference theme, the issue had to be addressed whether legal protection under an intellectual property law regime would provide adequate legal recognition and respect to individuals and communities whose acts and products are difficult to reconcile with today's dominant Western legal concepts. In particular it was questioned whether traditional intellectual property law, either in an unaltered or in an adapted way, had a role to play here. It appeared that the first thing to do in that respect is to acknowledge that the intellectual property law is not only about conferring property rights and allowing them to become weapons in the competition between entrepreneurs. This is because intellectual property law also has the function of fostering and furthering cultural and economic life in a broad perspective on behalf of society at large.

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ISBN13:9789050952330
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Bindwijze:paperback
Uitgever:Intersentia
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch

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Over F.W. Grosheide

F.W(illem) Grosheide is emeritus hoogleraar privaatrecht (burgerlijk recht en intellectuele eigendomsrecht) aan de Universiteit Utrecht en werkzaam als advocaat in Amsterdam. Zijn publicaties liggen in het bijzonder op het gebied van het contractenrecht en het auteursrecht.

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