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Handbook of Intellectual Property Research

Irene Calboli, Maria Lillà Montagnani

This title offers a comprehensive overview of the methods and approaches to scholarly research questions related to intellectual property law.

Last Updated: June 3, 2021

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    • Features contributions from scholars who derive from a wide range of countries, backgrounds, and legal traditions
    • Offers a comprehensive overview of the methods and approaches to scholarly research questions related to intellectual property law
    • Provides a useful resource for IP researchers in other disciplines such as the humanities, social sciences, and other areas of law
    • This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International license

The relevance of intellectual property law has increased dramatically over the last several years. Globalization, digitization, and the rise of post-industrial information-based industries have all contributed to a new prominence of IP law as one of the most important factors in driving innovation and economic development. At the same time, the significant expansion of IP rules has impacted many areas of public policy such as public health, the environment, biodiversity, agriculture, and information in an unprecedented manner. The growing importance of IP law has led to an exponential growth of academic research in this area. This book offers a comprehensive overview of the methods and approaches that could be used as guidelines to address and develop scholarly research questions related to intellectual property law. In particular, this volume aims to provide a useful resource that can be used by IP researchers who are interested in expanding their expertise in a specific research method or seek to acquire an understanding of alternative lenses that could be applied to their research. This edited collection is one of the largest compilations, to date, of existing methods and approaches from different lenses, perspectives, and experiences from a diverse group of scholars who derive from a wide range of countries, backgrounds, and legal traditions. This diversity, both regarding the topics and the authors of the contributions, is a fundamental feature of this collection, which seeks to assist IP researchers across many countries in the developing and developed world.

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