WIPO Special Seminar: Does Intellectual Property Have Gender?

Fecha y lugar3 de diciembre de 2014 (Ginebra, Suiza)
Tema(s)Seminarios sobre la Propiedad Intelectual, Talleres y seminarios
Over the past several decades, gender studies has influenced numerous areas of law, including criminal law, family law, human rights, employment law, tax, and business law. Only recently has research begun to investigate how gender insights that have helped shape modern legal doctrine in other areas can be applied to intellectual property.

On Wednesday December 3 at WIPO Headquarters, Professor Burk discussed the most recent empirical research on gender issues in intellectual property law, as well as potential ways forward to help ensure equitable systems of promoting innovation and creativity.

Documentos de reunión

WIPO/IP/SEM/GE/14/INF.1EnglishProgramProgram, Documento completo (doc) Program, Documento completo (pdf)
FrançaisProgrammeProgramme, Documento completo (doc) Programme, Documento completo (pdf)

Otros documentos conexos

WIPO/IP/SEM/GE/14/PRESENTATIONEnglishDoes IP Have Gender?Does IP Have Gender?, Documento completo (ppt)
WIPO/IP/SEM/GE/14/T/BIOGRAPHYEnglishSelected BibliographySelected Bibliography, Documento completo (doc)