Global intellectual property law

Global-intellectual086DUTFIELD Graham, SUTHERSANEN Uma

Global intellectual property law

Cheltenham ; Northampton : E. Elgar, 2008, IX-370 p.

ISBN 978-1-84720-2364-9

MOND 533

Résumé éditeur :

Globalisation is a process, or a series of processes, which create and consolidate a unified world economy, a single ecological system and a complex and dynamic network of communications that covers the world. The world, thus, is interdependent and becoming ever more de-territorialized. Geographical , social and political boundaries definitely do not disappear but they are eroding.
In understanding globalisation processes, an important distinction to bear in mind is that between localised globalism and globalised localism, which shows that globalisation occurs in opposing directions often with great tensions between the two. Localised globalism focuses on the recipients, who may be victims or beneficiaries depending on your standpoint. Globalised localism concentrates on the standard-setters, often situated in a small number of places. These are the ones who set the rules the rest of the world ends up following…

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