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Robert P. Merges and Amy L. Landers

This research review examines the many facets of the public domain. It discusses key papers whose topics are the various justifications for a rich repository of publicly available information, including policies favouring robust competition, free speech, and scientific and technological advances. It also explores problems in ensuring access to public domain works, as well as commons management mechanisms. Perspectives on the dynamic between the public domain and the creation of new works are also presented. This research review is an insightful resource for students and researchers, with a consideration of the public domain as an important topic in its own right as well as information on the underlying rationales of intellectual property law.
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Robert P. Merges and Amy L. Landers

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Robert P. Merges and Amy L. Landers

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Ann Laquer Estin

This research review canvasses the growing literature on international family law, extending from the traditional private law governing cross-border families, to multi-lateral treaties on subjects such as child abduction and intercountry adoption, to the framework of international human rights law that shapes domestic and international family law systems. It explores the internationalization of family law, considers adult relationships and examines parent–child relationships, providing a useful and insightful overview. Written by a leading authority in the field, this research review will prove to be an invaluable and essential research tool for all international family law academics, researchers and practitioners.
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Ann Laquer Estin

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Ann Laquer Estin

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Janet E. Milne

Economics shapes environmental pricing theory, but the law translates theory into reality. This research review examines and discusses carefully selected classic and cutting-edge articles from around the world that delve into the legal design features of environmental tax instruments, how governments define the legal authority to use environmental taxation, complex interactions with WTO law and the legal conundrums of border tax adjustments. These influential articles cover a wide range of environmental and legal issues that recur across continents, with carbon taxes and climate change taking centre stage as important case studies. This timely review is an essential resource for those working in the field, whether they are trained in law, economics, political science, environmental science or public finance.
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Janet E. Milne