Intellectual Property and Climate Change: Inventing Clean Technologies

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Nov 1, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 512 pages
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'An historically grounded study on a cutting-edge topic, Intellectual Property and Climate Change has it all. Not only is it well-written, concise, and hugely informative, it is also a timely intervention addressing truly global challenges. Quite simp
 

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This book is really good for climate change & IP researchers. It also has a large bibliography that you can use. I checked out the book more than 6 times from the library. I wish it had a reasonable price. because it is the most helpful book I have ever had in this subject.

Contents

the wizards of Menlo Park Thomas Edison General Electric Inc and Ecomagination
1
PART I International law
37
intellectual property technology transfer and climate change
39
intellectual property climate change and disaster capitalism
83
the World Intellectual Property Organization and the development agenda
120
PART II Patent law
157
patent logjams and fasttracks
159
hybrid cars and patent trolls
197
PART III Innovation
273
patent law and public sector licensing
275
patent pools clearing houses and open innovation
311
the HPrize the LPrize and the X Prize
343
intellectual property and climate law
377
Bibliography
405
Index
469
Copyright

patent law and compulsory licensing
236

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About the author (2011)

Matthew Rimmer is a senior lecturer and associate director of research at the ANU College of Law, and an associate director of the Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture.

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