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Parallel importation and territorial rights: The current tiresome debate in Australia

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Affiliations: 1: Peter Donoughue graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with a firstclass honors degree in English literature. He has been a member of the publishing community for nearly thirty-five years. He started in 1974 working for McGraw-Hill for eight years, including two years running their operation in Japan. He joined Wiley Australia in 1982 and worked in various senior marketing and publishing roles until being appointed managing director in March 1993. Beginning in 1987, he was a board member of the Australian Publishers Association for ten years, becoming president in 1996 for a two-year term. He was also convenor of the APA's education committee for four years in the 1990s and a member of their copyright committee for several years. He was a director of the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) for two five-year stints in the 1990s. Donoughue has presented numerous papers to a variety of industry conferences over the years, and drafted several APA submissions, particularly in the copyright arena. He also contributed the chapter on educational publishing to Making Books: Contemporary Australian Publishing (edited by David Carter and Anne Galligan, University of Queensland Press, 2007). He retired in August 2008.


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