- Master's Programme in Public Policy
- Jul 2020
- Elective Course
Intellectual Property Rights has been gaining significance in the knowledge economy and plays an important role in the Scientific, Industrial, Cultural, Business and related areas. Creativity and Innovations are fostered and promoted through IPR regime. The conflicts and overlaps between monopoly through IPR and public interest have been addressed within the IPR regime as well as through external dynamics. Examination of the underlying policy of IPR , the philosophical justification for the policy goals, International regime governing the rights of the IP holder as well as National regime of IPR in that regard facilitating furtherance of public interest would be focus of this course.