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POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

MICHAEL PERELMAN

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

by MICHAEL PERELMAN

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Online version of print publication MONTHLY REVIEW v.54, no.8 (January 2003) : 29-37.

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Christopher May is professor of political economy at Lancaster University. His recent publications include The Information Society: A Sceptical View and A Global Political Economy of Intellectual Property Rights: The New Enclosures? Susan K. Sell is associate professor of political science at George Washington University. She is author of Private Power, Public Law: The Globalization of. Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy Of Intellectual Property (Critical Studies in Communication and in the Cultural Industries)4/5(7).

The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book takes a fresh look at /5.   Launching into a complete analysis of copyright law in our capitalistic and hegemonistic political system, Ronald Bettig uncovers the power of the wealthy few to expand their fortunes through the ownership and manipulation of intellectual property.4/5(7).

The first edition established itself as one of the leading books to situate the issue of intellectual property within the discipline of International Political Economy (IPE). Since its publication, intellectual property has continued to rise up the global agenda, reflecting expanding interest in the area among policy-makers and advocacy groups Brand: Taylor And Francis.   For nearly two decades I have been researching and writing about the global political economy of intellectual property rights (IPRs). In that time, intellectual property has moved from the margins of contemporary global politics to become an issue that most, if not all commentators and analysts recognise as being an important subject of political contest and disagreement.


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The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Law. Economics. J The full text of this book, plus reader comments, is available on the publisher’s website.

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Their view of intellectual property rights mostly dominated political economic opinion in the United States until the massive depression of s weakened faith in market forces.

In the context of the economic crisis, business was desperate for anything that would return profits to what they considered to be an acceptable level. The Global Political Economy of Intellectual Property Rights Pages pages It has become a commonplace that there has been an information revolution, transforming both society and the economy.

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Publication date TopicsPages: The author provides a political economic analysis of why the poorer countries acceded to the TRIPS agreement, illustrated with case studies of two important industries where the struggle over intellectual property is especially strong: pharmaceutical and agricultural biotechnology by: The first edition established itself as one of the leading books to situate the issue of intellectual property within the discipline of International Political Economy (IPE).

Since its publication, intellectual property has continued to rise up the global agenda, reflecting expanding interest in the.

The author provides a political economic analysis of why the poorer countries acceded to the TRIPS agreement, illustrated with case studies of two important industries where the struggle over intellectual property is especially strong: pharmaceutical and agricultural biotechnology sectors.

Beginning with a critical interpretation of copyright history in the United States, Bettig goes on to explore such crucial issues as the videocassette recorder and the control of copyrights, the invention of cable television and the first challenge to the filmed entertainment copyright system, the politics and economics of intellectual property Cited by: Book Description.

It has become a commonplace that there has been an information revolution, transforming both society and the economy. In the Trade Related Intellectual Property (TRIPs) agreement aimed to harmonise protection for property in knowledge throughout the global system.

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The New Enclosures. By Christopher May. not least as this is now the context in which the global political economy of IPRs plays out. Although much of Chapters 4 and 5 will deal with the Author: Christopher May.

Antitrust and Intellectual Property The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Law Conclusion Acknowledgments Index Reviews of this book: Chicago law professor William Landes and his polymath colleague Richard Posner have produced a fascinating new book [The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law] is a broad-ranging analysis 5/5(2).In the first edition of this book I concluded that we needed to develop a new politics of intellectual property.

In the subsequent decade, intellectual property rights (IPRs) have risen up the global political agenda, and connected to this heightened awareness Author: Christopher May.This chapter focuses on the role of intellectual property protection (IPP) on global political economy.

The first six topics discuss the overall positive effects of IPP on political economy, in terms of boosting economic development, licensing, international trade, foreign direct investment (FDI), welfare and technology transfer and : Deli Yang.