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Abstract This article is first of its kind in that it provides a survey of intellectual property (IP) literature and suggestions for future research on IP issues for Arab countries using Jordan as a case study. A review of IP literature, which identifies how international scholars perceived the effect of harmonised IP standards on access to common knowledge, is followed by a review of literature pertaining to Jordan. Areas of controversy and questions are identified. Finally, an outline of outstanding questions and gaps in the existing IP literature on Jordan is offered as a template for the creation of future research objectives.

Affiliations: 1: University of Durham UK

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Abstract This article is first of its kind in that it provides a survey of intellectual property (IP) literature and suggestions for future research on IP issues for Arab countries using Jordan as a case study. A review of IP literature, which identifies how international scholars perceived the effect of harmonised IP standards on access to common knowledge, is followed by a review of literature pertaining to Jordan. Areas of controversy and questions are identified. Finally, an outline of outstanding questions and gaps in the existing IP literature on Jordan is offered as a template for the creation of future research objectives.

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2016-12-11

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