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The Resource Expanding intellectual property : copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond, edited by Hannes Siegrist and Augusta Dimou

Expanding intellectual property : copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond, edited by Hannes Siegrist and Augusta Dimou

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Expanding intellectual property : copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond
Title
Expanding intellectual property
Title remainder
copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond
Statement of responsibility
edited by Hannes Siegrist and Augusta Dimou
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Language
eng
Summary
The book deals with the expansion and institutionalization of intellectual property norms in the twentieth century, with a European focus. Its thirteen chapters revolve around the transfer, adaptation and the ambivalence of legal transplants in the interface between national and international projects, trends and contexts. The first part discusses the institutionalization of copyright and patent law in the framework of the bigger political and economic projects of the twentieth century. The second and third parts of the collection review relevant processes in the communist regimes and the post-communist societies, respectively. The essays point at processes of enculturation, trans-nationalization and universalization of norms, as well as practices of incorporation and resistance. The contributors lay a particular emphasis on the role and activity of social actors in the establishment and validation of intellectual property norms and regimes, from the function of experts and creation of expert cultures to the compelling power of popular street protests. --
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Siegrist, Hannes
  • Dimou, Augusta
Series statement
Leipzig studies on the history and culture of East Central Europe
Series volume
vol. 4
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  • Intellectual property
  • Copyright
  • Patent laws and legislation
  • Copyright
  • Intellectual property
  • Patent laws and legislation
  • Europe
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Expanding intellectual property : copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond, edited by Hannes Siegrist and Augusta Dimou
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Publication
Copyright
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction, Hannes Siegrist, Augusta Dimou; Intellectial Property Rights and the Dynamics of Propertization, Nationalization, and Globalization in Modern Cultures and Economics, Hannes Siegrist; Power and Development: The Revision Conferences of 1967 and 1971 of the Berne Convention and the Universal Copyright Convention, Jonas Gortz; Legal Designs: Danish Designers as Cout-Appointed Experts and the Expansion of the Concept of Copyright, Stina Teilmann-Lock; Intellectual Property and Competition Pokicy: Patent Pooling and Industrial Concentration in Germany (1890-1930), Louis Pahlow; The Melting Pot of Copyright Law: Urheberrecht in Jerusalem, Michael Birnhack; 2Aryanization3 Expanded? Patent Rights of Jews Under the Nazi Regime, Lida Barner; Copyright in the German Democratic Republic and the International Copyright Regime, Matthias Wiessner; Frome State Governance to Self-Management: Culture and Intellectual Property Rights in Communist Yugoslavia, Augusta Dimou; Samizdat, Copyright, and the State: Copyright as Censorship and the Differences Between East and West, Debora Halbert; The Influence of EU Copyright Harmonization Directives on the Construction of Postsocialist Copyright Law in Central and Eastern Europe, Adolf Dietz; A New Concept in an Old Context: The Legal Framework of the Transformation of Intellectual Property in Macedonia after the Dissolution of Yugoslavia, Misso Dokmanovic; Opposing the Expansion of Copyright Law: Social Norms in the Quest Against ACTA and the 2Commodification of Knowledge and Culture Project,3 Katarzyna Gracz
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
315 pages
Isbn
9789633861851
Lccn
2017011243
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • n
Note
Harrassowitz Verlag
System control number
(OCoLC)975270364
Label
Expanding intellectual property : copyrights and patents in twentieth-century Europe and beyond, edited by Hannes Siegrist and Augusta Dimou
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction, Hannes Siegrist, Augusta Dimou; Intellectial Property Rights and the Dynamics of Propertization, Nationalization, and Globalization in Modern Cultures and Economics, Hannes Siegrist; Power and Development: The Revision Conferences of 1967 and 1971 of the Berne Convention and the Universal Copyright Convention, Jonas Gortz; Legal Designs: Danish Designers as Cout-Appointed Experts and the Expansion of the Concept of Copyright, Stina Teilmann-Lock; Intellectual Property and Competition Pokicy: Patent Pooling and Industrial Concentration in Germany (1890-1930), Louis Pahlow; The Melting Pot of Copyright Law: Urheberrecht in Jerusalem, Michael Birnhack; 2Aryanization3 Expanded? Patent Rights of Jews Under the Nazi Regime, Lida Barner; Copyright in the German Democratic Republic and the International Copyright Regime, Matthias Wiessner; Frome State Governance to Self-Management: Culture and Intellectual Property Rights in Communist Yugoslavia, Augusta Dimou; Samizdat, Copyright, and the State: Copyright as Censorship and the Differences Between East and West, Debora Halbert; The Influence of EU Copyright Harmonization Directives on the Construction of Postsocialist Copyright Law in Central and Eastern Europe, Adolf Dietz; A New Concept in an Old Context: The Legal Framework of the Transformation of Intellectual Property in Macedonia after the Dissolution of Yugoslavia, Misso Dokmanovic; Opposing the Expansion of Copyright Law: Social Norms in the Quest Against ACTA and the 2Commodification of Knowledge and Culture Project,3 Katarzyna Gracz
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
315 pages
Isbn
9789633861851
Lccn
2017011243
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Harrassowitz Verlag
System control number
(OCoLC)975270364

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