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  • Author:
    Mira Burri-nenova,Christoph Beat Graber
  • ISBN:
    1847209211
  • ISBN13:
    978-1847209214
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  • Publisher:
    Edward Elgar Pub (November 30, 2008)
  • Pages:
    330 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Intellectual Property
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Christoph Beat Graber i-call, University of Lucerne, Switzerland and. Mira Burri-Nenova World Trade Institute . Traditional cultural expressions and their significance for development in a digital environment: examples from Australia and Southeast Asia Christoph Antons.

Christoph Beat Graber i-call, University of Lucerne, Switzerland and. Mira Burri-Nenova World Trade Institute, University of Berne, Switzerland.

A DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT, Christoph Beat Graber, Mira Burri Nenova, ed. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TRADITIONAL CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS IN A DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT, Christoph Beat Graber, Mira Burri Nenova, ed. 13 Pages Posted: 7 Nov 2008 Last revised: 28 Mar 2017. See all articles by Christoph B. Graber. This book will appeal to scholars interested in multidisciplinary analyses of the fragmentation of international law in the field of intellectual property and traditional cultural expressions. It will also be valuable reading for those working on broader governance and human rights issues.

Intellectual property and cultural policy are essential to the practice of cultural rights, however, in both legal frameworks, indigenous peoples have often found that the state has little consideration for their voices and their world views

Intellectual property and cultural policy are essential to the practice of cultural rights, however, in both legal frameworks, indigenous peoples have often found that the state has little consideration for their voices and their world views. In contrast, though no more representative of indigenous perspectives, the social sciences, while engaging with indigenous voices, have often treated them as a source to be appropriated with disregard of their rights and agency.

This book is a very significant contribution to the question of protecting traditional cultural expressions. It is filled with fascinating ideas and perspectives that challenge the reader to rethink the law once again. Jamil Ammar, European Intellectu. Política de opiniones.

Intellectual Property and Traditional Cultural Expressions in a Digital Environment. Christoph Beat Graber, Mira Burri-nenova.

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Digital technologies and traditional cultural expressions: A positive look at a difficult relationship. Intellectual property and traditional cultural expressions in a digita. 2008. International Journal of Cultural Property 17 (1), 33-63, 2010. Trade and culture in international law: Paths to (re) conciliation. Journal of World Trade 44 (1), 49-80, 2010.

Graber, Christoph Beat; Burri-Nenova, Mira (ed.  . (2008). Intellectual Property and Traditional Cultural Expressions in a Digital Environment.

In the face of increasing globalisation, and a collision between global communication systems and local traditions, this book offers innovative trans-disciplinary analyses of the value of traditional cultural expressions (TCE) and suggests appropriate protection mechanisms for them. It combines approaches from history, philosophy, anthropology, sociology and law, and charts previously untravelled paths for developing new policy tools and legal designs that go beyond conventional copyright models. Its authors extend their reflections to a consideration of the specific features of the digital environment, which, despite enhancing the risks of misappropriation of traditional knowledge and creativity, may equally offer new opportunities for revitalising indigenous peoples values and provide for the sustainability of TCE.This book will appeal to scholars interested in multidisciplinary analyses of the fragmentation of international law in the field of intellectual property and traditional cultural expressions. It will also be valuable reading for those working on broader governance and human rights issues.