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|Publication Year:||2017||Title:||Expanding Intellectual Property|
|ISBN:||9789633861851||Author:||Hannes Siegrist (author), Augusta Dimou (author)|
|The book deals with the expansion and institutionalization of intellectual property rms 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 ecomic 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 rms, 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 rms and regimes, from the function of experts and creation of expert cultures to the compelling power of popular street protests.|
|Publisher||Central European University Press|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||235597569|
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|Place of Publication||Budapest|
|Series Title||Leipzig Studies ON the History and Culture of East-Central Europe|
|Author Biography||Hannes Siegrist is Professor Emeritus for the Social and Cultural History of Contemporary Europe at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy of the University of Leipzig, Germany Augusta Dimou is Gerda Henkel Research Fellow and Visiting Fellow at the Department of Cultural Studies, Chair of Comparative European History and Culture at the University of Leipzig, Germany|
|Country of Publication||Hungary|
|Subject||Law: General & Référence|
|Imprint||Central European University Press|
|Date of Publication||01/04/2017|
|Edited by||Hannes Siegrist|
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