Indigenous Knowledge and Intellectual Property: A Sustainability Agenda

@article{Marinova2006IndigenousKA,
  title={Indigenous Knowledge and Intellectual Property: A Sustainability Agenda},
  author={Dora Vasileva Marinova and Margaret Raven},
  journal={PSN: Sustainable Development (Topic)},
  year={2006}
}
The paper argues that the current ways of protecting intellectual property are limited in their scope for recognizing indigenous rights to indigenous knowledge. Indigenous knowledge is often defined as being holistic and collectively owned, and an appropriate protection should allow for maintaining the cultural and physical environment that has generated it. Copyright 2006 The Authors Journal compilation © 2006 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 
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