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Intellectual Property and Agriculture (inbunden)

Intellectual Property and Agriculture

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Intellectual Property and Agriculture addresses the important but largely neglected question of intellectual property's relationship to the production, processing, marketing, and circulation of agricultural inputs, products, and practices. This comprehensive literature review assesses the work of scholars from law, history, anthropology, science and technology studies, economics, and plant science on plants and plant genetic resources, late twentieth century international intellectual property agreements, and geographical indications of origin.
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'Coming in at almost two thousand pages and one hundred articles, it would be easy to see this collection as yet another reader - a snapshot of the state of the art of a field. But this is a big wolf in sheep's clothing, labeled as a collection about intellectual property and agriculture but using the literature on the topic to brilliantly question, and expand, what we mean by both "IP" and "agriculture", and their relationship. The whole is much more than the sum of the parts - and there are many different parts contributed by scholars in law, anthropology, economics, environmental studies, history of science, and plant science. The relationship between intellectual property and agriculture will never look the same, or more interesting than this.'

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Edited by Brad Sherman, Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow and Susannah Chapman, Research Fellow, University of Queensland, Australia


Volume I Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Brad Sherman and Susannah Chapman PART I FOOD SECURITY AND FOOD SOVEREIGNTY 1. Ola Tveitereid Westengen and Dan Banik (2016), 'The State of Food Security: From Availability, Access and Rights to Food Systems Approaches', Forum for Development Studies, 43 (1), 113-34 2. Marc Edelman (2014), 'Food Sovereignty: Forgotten Genealogies and Future Regulatory Challenges', Journal of Peasant Studies: Global Agrarian Transformations, Volume 2: Critical Perspectives on Food Sovereignty, 41 (6), 959-78 3. David Nally (2011), 'The Biopolitics of Food Provisioning', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36 (1), January, 37-53 PART II COLLECTING, BREEDING AND CIRCULATING 4. Staffan Muller-Wille (2003), 'Nature as a Marketplace: The Political Economy of Linnaen Botany', History of Political Economy, 35 (Supplement), December, 154-72 5. Lucile H. Brockway (1979), 'Science and Colonial Expansion: The Role of the British Royal Botanic Gardens', American Ethnologist, 6 (3), August, 449-65 6. W. M. Hays (1905), 'Distributing Valuable New Varieties and Breeds', Journal of Heredity, 1 (1), January, 58-65 7. Willet M. Hays (1906), 'American Work in Breeding Plants and Animals', Journal of Heredity, 2 (1), January, 155-67 8. Berris Charnley (2013), 'Seeds Without Patents: Science and Morality in British Plant Breeding in the Long Nineteenth-Century', Revue economique, 64 (1), January, 69-88 9. Paolo Palladino (1994), 'Wizards and Devotees: On the Mendelian Theory of Inheritance and the Professionalization of the Agricultural Science in Great Britain and the United States, 1880-1930', History of Science, 32 (4), December, 409-44 10. Jack Kloppenburg, Jr. and Daniel Lee Kleinman (1987), 'The Plant Germplasm Controversy: Analyzing Empirically the Distribution of the World's Plant Genetic Resources', BioScience, 37 (3), March, 190-98 11. Cary Fowler and Toby Hodgkin (2004), 'Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture: Assessing Global Availability', Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 29, November, 143-79 12. David Nally and Stephen Taylor (2015), 'The Politics of Self-Help: The Rockefeller Foundation, Philanthropy and the 'Long' Green Revolution', Political Geography, 49, November, 51-63 13. Prabhu L. Pingali (2012), 'Green Revolution: Impacts, Limits, and the Path Ahead', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 109 (31), July, 12302-308 14. Paul W. Heisey, John L. King and Kelly Day Rubenstein (2005), 'Patterns of Public Sector and Private-Sector Patenting in Agricultural Biotechnology', AgBioForum, Special Issue: Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Agricultural Biotechnology, 8 (2-3), 73-82 PART III SITUATING AGRICULTURAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 15. Garden and Forest (1890), 'Protection for Originators of New Plants', Scientific American, 63 (7), August 16th, 105 16. Daniel J. Kevles (2007), 'Patents, Protections, and Privileges: The Establishment of Intellectual Property in Animals and Plants', Isis, 98 (2), June, 323-31 17. Glenn E. Bugos and Daniel J. Kevles (1992), 'Plants as Intellectual Property: American Practice, Law, and Policy in World Context', Osiris: Science after '40, 7 (1), 74-104 18. Richard C. Lewontin (1998), 'The Maturing of Capitalist Agriculture: Farmer as Proletarian', Monthly Review, 50 (3), July-August, 72-84 19. Thom van Dooren (2008), 'Inventing Seed: The Nature(s) of Intellectual Property in Plants', Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 26 (4), August, 676-97 20. Brad Sherman (2008), 'Taxonomic Property', Cambridge Law Journal, 67 (3), November, 560-84 21. Bronwyn Parry (2012), 'Taxonomy, Type Specimens, and the Making of Biological Property in Intellectual Property Rights Law', International Journal of Cultural Property, Special Issue: Intangible Property at the Periphery: