Premonitions of Privatisation: Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer, and the Haunting of Public Science (2022)
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CitationJefferson D (2022). Premonitions of Privatisation: Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer, and the Haunting of Public Science. Lisbon, Portugal: 2022 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association. 13/07/2022-16/07/2022.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4806 - Private law and civil obligations::480603 - Intellectual property law
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