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Author Monotti, Ann Louise.

Title Universities and intellectual property : ownership and exploitation / Ann Monotti and Sam Ricketson
Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003

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Description lxvii, 626 pages ; 24 cm
Contents What is a university? -- What is university intellectual property? -- Identifying the creators and the circumstances of creation -- Allocating the rights--the legal background -- Policy developments and specific challenges -- How universities allocate intellectual property rights through institutional policies -- Reporting, rights allocation, and other matters -- Exploitation of intellectual property : universities as entrepreneurs -- Future directions : ownership -- Future directions : commercial exploitation -- Looking to the future
Summary The vital role played by universities in producing creative and innovative products (protected by intellectual property) is becoming increasingly recognized both by policy makers and by the universities themselves. The universities are now often looking to tighten up their policies on intellectual property so as to maximize revenue, for instance through spin-off companies; but this arguably restricts the free flow of knowledge and scientific progress. The authors look in detail at this highly topical subject, both from a policy and a practical legal point of view, drawing upon research covering universities in a wide-range of countries including the UK, Australia, Japan, Europe and North America
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Intellectual property -- Australia.
Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Intellectual property.
Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation.
Author Ricketson, Sam.
LC no. 2003270262
ISBN 0198265948 hardback