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Perceptions of intellectual property: a review

@inproceedings{Ghafele2008PerceptionsOI,
  title={Perceptions of intellectual property: a review},
  author={Roya Ghafele},
  year={2008}
}
In “The right to good ideas: patents and the poor”, The Economist depicts two driving forces in the contemporary discourse on IP and globalization. The one is interested in advancing the knowledge economy, an approach based on the belief that knowledge is the driving factor behind economic growth. The other resides on a belief that IP is a major means to advance the process of globalization. While the former is strongly motivated by new economic growth theory, as for example advanced by… 
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