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Intellectual property rights, Canola and public research in Canada



Intellectual property rights, Canola and public research in Canada



Agriculture and intellectual property rights: economic, institutional and implementation issues in biotechnology: 223-248



Following an introduction sections cover: the rationale for public investment in agrifood research; the characteristics of innovation; intellectual property rights regimes; the evolving role of the public sector; and conclusions.

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