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Mapping the Outcomes of Multidisciplinary Intellectual Property Research: Lessons from the African Copyright Experience
(2014)
  • Jeremy de Beer, University of Ottawa
Abstract

Multidisciplinary intellectual property research often involves large-scale collaborative projects. Such projects combine not just multiple research frameworks, methods, and perspectives, but also multiple individuals, institutions, and sources of funding. Demonstrating the results of financial and human resource investments into complex multi- disciplinary projects is increasingly important. Experiences from one recent multidisciplinary project — the African Copyright and Access to Knowledge project — provide lessons for other intellectual property researchers trying to map outcomes from current and future projects.

Publication Date
2014
Publisher
Irwin Law
Citation Information
Jeremy de Beer. Mapping the Outcomes of Multidisciplinary Intellectual Property Research: Lessons from the African Copyright Experience. Toronto(2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeremydebeer/14/