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A Central Role For IP In The Global Domain

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This chapter focuses on the key observations in respect to the development of the international intellectual property regime. It puts forward argument showing that there is a clear trend towards the emergence of a global set of rules in IP regulation and that this convergence has been accelerating in recent years due to the increasing significance of knowledge industries economically and the growing complexity in how best to preserve ownership interest in new markets. The chapter also presents a considered approach to a better understanding of the interconnections between different actors involved in norm setting and IP regime evolution, reiterating that there appears to be clear evidence of distinctive stages in national regulatory development and emphasising the variation in visibility and behaviour that state and non-state actors seem to exhibit during these different stages.

Keywords: global domain; intellectual property



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