Tuesday, November 24, 2020

New Issue: Journal of World Intellectual Property

The latest issue of the Journal of World Intellectual Property (Vol. 23, nos. 5-6, November 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Tim Wilsdon, Artes Haderi, Zlatina Dobreva, & Giuliano Ricciardi, The economic impact of changing the environment for innovation in Argentina—Applying the lessons of Asia to Latin America
  • William Van Caenegem & Kana Nakano, Standard trade marks, geographical indications and provenance branding in Australia: What we can learn from King Island
  • S. O'Sullivan, Michael Friebe, W. R. Tonti, Margaret Hartnett, Manuel Castro, M. I. Pozzo, & Y. Nilsiam, Surveyed impact of intellectual property training in STEM education on innovation, research, and development
  • Julian Cockbain & Sigrid Sterckx, Quis custodet custodes? Referral G‐3/19 before the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal and the imperative of challenging the board's interpretation of Art. 53(b) EPC
  • Chan‐Yuan Wong & Mergen Elbegsaikhan, Geographical indications in development contexts: Function, supply chain and pursuit of rural industrial development
  • Ivan Stepanov, Economic development dimension of intellectual property as investment in international investment law
  • Aleksei Gudkov, Robot on the shoulders of humans
  • Luminița Olteanu, Rebranding strategies and their boomerang effect—The curious case of Burberry
  • Mengna Liang, Copyright issues related to reproduction rights arising from streaming
  • Maria Mercedes Frabboni, Fashion designs and brands: The role of the informed user and the average consumer