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Module Reading List

Intellectual Property Management, 2021/22, Semester 2
Professor Graham Dutfield
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Abbott, R. (2020), The Reasonable Robot: Artificial Intelligence and the LawCambridge University Press.

Arapostathis, S. and G. Dutfield (eds) (2013), Knowledge management and intellectual property : concepts, actors and practices from the past to the present. Edward Elgar.

Biagioli, M, P Jaszi & M Woodmansee (eds.), The Making and Unmaking of Intellectual Property, University of Chicago Press, 2010.

Boldrin, M. and D.K. Levine. (2008). Against intellectual monopoly. Cambridge University Press.

Bonadio, E. and N. Lucchi (eds.) (2018), Non-Conventional Copyright: Do New and Atypical Works Deserve Protection? Edward Elgar.

Bosher, H. (2021) Copyright in the Music Industry A Practical Guide to Exploiting and Enforcing Rights. Edward Elgar.  

Brown, AEL and C Waelde (eds), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Creative Industries. Edward Elgar, 2018

Calboli, I & S Ragavan (eds), in Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections, Cambridge University Press, 2015

Chesbrough, H., W. Vanhaverbeke & J. West (eds). (2008). Open innovation : researching a new paradigm. Oxford University Press.

Cornish, W. (2004). Intellectual property : omnipresent, distracting, irrelevant? Oxford University Press.

David, P. (1993). ‘Intellectual property institutions and the panda’s thumb: patents, copyrights, and trade secrets in economic theory and history’, in M.B. Wallerstein, R.A. Schoen & M.E. Mogee (eds), Global dimensions of intellectual property rights in science and technology. National Academy Press.

Drahos, P. (1996). A philosophy of intellectual property. Dartmouth.

Drahos, P., G. Ghidini and H. Ullrich (eds.) (2020). Kritika. Volume 4 : Essays on Intellectual Property. Edward Elgar.

Dutfield, G. and U. Suthersanen (2004). ‘The innovation dilemma: intellectual property and the historical legacy of cumulative creativity’. Intellectual property quarterly 4, 379.

Dutfield, G and U Suthersanen (2020). Dutfield and Suthersanen on Global Intellectual Property Law. Edward Elgar.

Ghidini, G and H Ullrich (eds.) Kritika: Essays on Intellectual Property Volume 4. Edward Elgar, 2020

Gollin, M.A. (2008) Driving innovation : intellectual property strategies for a dynamic world. Cambridge University Press.

Gordon, W. (2005) ‘Intellectual property’, in P. Cane and M. Tushnet (eds), The Oxford handbook of legal studies. Oxford Uni. Press.

Granstrand, O. (1999). The economics and management of intellectual property : towards intellectual capitalism. Edward Elgar.

Hughes, J. (1988) ‘The philosophy of intellectual property’ . 77 Georgetown Law Journal 2, 287.

Iljadica, M. (2016) Copyright beyond Law: Regulating Creativity in the Graffiti Subculture. Hart.

Landes, W.M. and R.A. Posner (2003). The economic structure of intellectual property law. MIT Press.

Lee, J-A, R Hilty and K-C Liu (eds.), Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property, Oxford University Press, 2020  

Lever, A. (2012). New frontiers in the philosophy of intellectual property. Cambridge University Press.

Mazzucato, M. (2013)The entrepreneurial state : debunking public vs. private sector myths. Anthem Press.

Okorie, CI (2020) Multi-sided music platforms and the law: Copyright, law and policy in AfricaRoutledge.

Schur, R.L. (2009) Parodies of Ownership: Hip-Hop Aesthetics and Intellectual Property Law. University of Michigan Press.

Searle, N and M Brassell (2016), Economic Approaches to Intellectual Property. Oxford University Press.

Spence, M. (2007). Intellectual property, Oxford Uni. Press Clarendon.

Vaver, D. (2000) ‘Intellectual property: the state of the art’. 116 The law quarterly review. 621.

Waldron, J. (1993) ‘From authors to copiers: individual rights and social values in intellectual property’. 68 Chicago-Kent Law Review, 842.

This list was last updated on 25/04/2021