Intellectual Property and Agriculture

 
Kiadó: Edward Elgar
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ISBN13:9781781953815
ISBN10:1781953813
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:1912 oldal
Méret:272x167x101 mm
Súly:3506 g
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Intellectual Property and Agriculture addresses the important but largely neglected question of intellectual property's relationship to the production, processing, marketing, and circulation of agricultural inputs, products, and practices. Together with an original introduction this comprehensive two-volume set brings together scholars from law, history, anthropology, science and technology studies, economics, and plant science who write on plants and plant genetic resources, late twentieth century international intellectual property agreements, and geographical indications of origin.

Intellectual Property and Agriculture addresses the important but largely neglected question of intellectual property's relationship to the production, processing, marketing, and circulation of agricultural inputs, products, and practices. Together with an original introduction this comprehensive two-volume set brings together scholars from law, history, anthropology, science and technology studies, economics, and plant science who write on plants and plant genetic resources, late twentieth century international intellectual property agreements, and geographical indications of origin.

?Coming in at almost two thousand pages and one hundred articles, it would be easy to see this collection as yet another reader - a snapshot of the state of the art of a field. But this is a big wolf in sheep's clothing, labeled as a collection about intellectual property and agriculture but using the literature on the topic to brilliantly question, and expand, what we mean by both ?IP? and ?agriculture?, and their relationship. The whole is much more than the sum of the parts - and there are many different parts contributed by scholars in law, anthropology, economics, environmental studies, history of science, and plant science. The relationship between intellectual property and agriculture will never look the same, or more interesting than this.'