Property rights, indigenous people and the developing world : issues from aboriginal entitlement to intellectual ownership rights /
- Publication info:
- Leiden ; Boston : M. Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Property rights, indigenous people and the developing world : issues from aboriginal entitlement to intellectual ownership rights / by David Lea.
- Main Author:
- Lea, David, 1940-
Leiden ; Boston : M. Nijhoff Publishers, 2008
- Physical Description:
vii, 296 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -291) and index.
9789004166943 (hardback : alk. paper)9004166947 (hardback : alk. paper)
Table of Contents
- Aboriginal entitlement and conservative theory
- Individual autonomy, group self-determination and the assimilation of indigenous cultures
- Shareholder wealth maximization, multinational corporations and the developing world
- Tully and de Soto on uniformity and diversity
- Customary land tenure and communal holdings
- Custom as law
- Papua New Guinea and the legal methods for maintaining customary land tenure
- Customary land tenure in Fiji : a questionable colonial legacy
- The expansion and restructuring of intellectual property and its implications for the developing world
- The myth of free markets : intellectual property the IT industry, and market freedom in the global arena
- From the Wright Brothers to Microsoft : issues in the moral grounding of intellectual property rights
- A delicate balance : the right to health care, IP rights in pharmaceuticals and TRIPS compliance
- IP rights and genetic material in agriculture and human research : two forms of biopiracy?