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Published by Marshall Cavendish Academic in Singapore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Burton Ong.
SeriesLaw, Law (Marshall Cavendish Academic)
ContributionsOng, Burton.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 553 p. :
Number of Pages553
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3449239M
ISBN 109812103716
LC Control Number2005347088

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, GENETIC RESOURCES & ASSOCIATED TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE: INDIGENOUS AND LOCAL COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVE Pita K Niubalavu, Principal Solicitor Oceanica Intellectual Property, Fiji. IP Consultant, Cultural Industries, Pacific Community. 29th Session- WIPO Intergovernmental Committee and Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources. Download Citation | On Jan 1, , Carolina Lasén Díaz and others published Intellectual Property Rights and Biological Resources: An Overview of Key Issues and Current Debates | Find, read and. arising from genetic resources, and the type of technology developed from genetic resources, with implications for the conservation and use of biological diversity. As a result of the value associated with IPRs, there is increasing pressure by commercial interests to gain intellectual property rights over genetic resources. This pressure, and the. Get this from a library! Biodiversity, genetic resources and intellectual property: developments in access and benefit sharing. [Charles Lawson; Kamalesh Adhikari;] -- Addresses current issues arising from recent developments in the enduring and topical debates about managing genetic resources through the ABS regime. The book explores key historical, doctrinal, and.


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in B Ong (ed.), Intellectual property and biological resources. Marshall Cavendish Academic, Singapore, pp. Genetic resources (GRs) refer to genetic material of actual or potential value.

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The concept of traditional resource rights (TRR) reflects the necessity of rethinking the limited and limiting concept of intellectual property rights (IPR). The TRR concept can accommodate a wide range of relevant international agreements as a basis for a sui-generis system of protection for indigenous peoples and their intellectual, natural, and technological resources.

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