New Horizons in Intellectual Property series

Series editors: Christine Greenhalgh, Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, University of Oxford, Robert Pitkethly, Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, University of Oxford and Michael Spence, University of Sydney, Australia

In an increasingly virtual world, where information is more freely accessible, protection of intellectual property rights is facing a new set of challenges and raising new issues. This exciting new series is designed to provide a unique interdisciplinary forum for high quality works of scholarship on all aspects of intellectual property, drawing from the fields of economics, management and law.

The focus of the series is on the development of original thinking in intellectual property, with topics ranging from copyright to patents, from trademarks to confidentiality, and from trade-related intellectual property agreements to competition policy and antitrust. Innovative theoretical and empirical work is encouraged from both established authors and the new generation of scholars.

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