Elgar research collection. Critical concepts in intellectual property law.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Technology-forcing and federal environmental protection statutes / D. Bruce La Pierre Regulation, innovation, and administrative law: a conceptual framework / Richard B. Stewart Reforming environmental law: the democratic case for market incentives / Bruce A. Ackerman and Richard B. Stewart A tale of two market failures: technology and environmental policy / Adam B. Jaffe, Richard G. Newell and Robert N. Stavins Using intellectual property to improve environmental protection / Michael A. Gollin Using intellectual property law and regulatory processes to foster the innovation and diffusion of environmental technologies / Natalie M. Derzko Expediting innovation / Sarah M. Tran The patent system and climate change / Joshua D. Sarnoff Standards, patents, and the national smart grid / Jorge L. Contreras Intellectual property and access to clean energy technologies in developing countries: an analysis of solar photovoltaic, biofuel and wind technologies / John H. Barton Keeping the LEDs on and the electric motors running: clean tech in court after eBay / Eric L. Lane Clean tech reality check: nine international green technology transfer deals unhindered by intellectual property rights / Eric Lane The role of patent protection in (clean/green) technology transfer / Bronwyn H. Hall and Christian Helmers Sharing potential and the potential for sharing: open source licensing as a legal and economic modality for the dissemination of renewable energy technology / Jason R. Wiener Eyes on a climate prize: rewarding energy innovation to achieve climate stabilization / Jonathan H. Adler Sustainable energy technologies: ten lessons from the history of technology regulation / Gary E. Marchant.
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Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2014.