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by Peter Drahos

  • Author: Peter Drahos
  • ISBN: 0521144361
  • ISBN13: 978-0521144360
  • ePub: 1847 kb | FB2: 1953 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Intellectual Property
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 26, 2010)
  • Pages: 368
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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The Global Governance of Knowledge: Patent Offices and their Clients ePub download

Patent offices around the world have granted millions of patents to multinational companies. Patent offices are rarely studied and yet they are crucial agents in the global knowledge economy.

Patent offices around the world have granted millions of patents to multinational companies. Based on a study of forty-five rich and poor countries that takes in the world's largest and smallest offices, Peter Drahos argues that patent offices have become part of a globally i Patent offices around the world have granted millions of patents to multinational companies.

Professor Peter Drahos, one of the most influential scholars in the area of intellectual property rights, explores in. .Suitable for readers in law, politics, and the wider social sciences, Global Governance of Knowledge is a highly readable and engaging analysis.

Professor Peter Drahos, one of the most influential scholars in the area of intellectual property rights, explores in this book a subject largely ignored by the existing literature. His interdisciplinary study unveils how patent offices actually work in about 20 countries, and how they contribute to make up the global patent system. nl/download/The Global Governance of Knowledge: Patent Offices and their Clients by Peter Drahos.

Drahos, Peter, ‘Global Property Rights in Information: The Story of TRIPS at the GATT’, 13 (1995) Prometheus, . Kettl, Donald . The Global Public Management Revolution: A Report on the Transformation of Governance, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, .

Drahos, Peter, ‘Global Property Rights in Information: The Story of TRIPS at the GATT’, 13 (1995) Prometheus, 6. Sell, Susan, Private Power, Public Law: The Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003. Shand, David and Arnberg, Morten, ‘Background Paper’ in Responsive Government: Service Quality Initiatives, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, 1996.

He intertwines these strands in a narrative that describes a system divorced, in some cases, from the public and societal interest that justifies it. What emerges is a troubling picture of a global regime that exists to facilitate MNC collection of private taxes in the form of patent rents, populated by patent office employees who in many cases lack a clear concept.

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Professor Peter Drahos. Patent offices around the world have granted millions of patents to multinational companies. Patent offices are rarely studied and yet they are crucial agents in the global knowledge economy

Professor Peter Drahos. Patent offices are rarely studied and yet they are crucial agents in the global knowledge economy

Global Governance of Knowledge : Patent Offices and Their Clients. Book Overview Peter Drahos argues that patent offices have become part of a globally.

The Global Governance of Knowledge : Patent Offices and Their Clients.

Patent offices around the world have granted millions of patents to multinational companies. Patent offices are rarely studied and yet they are crucial agents in the global knowledge economy. Based on a study of forty-five rich and poor countries that takes in the world's largest and smallest offices, Peter Drahos argues that patent offices have become part of a globally integrated private governance network, which serves the interests of multinational companies, and that the Trilateral Offices of Europe, the USA and Japan make developing country patent offices part of the network through the strategic fostering of technocratic trust. By analysing the obligations of patent offices under the patent social contract and drawing on a theory of nodal governance, the author proposes innovative approaches to patent office administration that would allow developed and developing countries to recapture the public spirit of the patent social contract.
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