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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tat`yana Zorina
International regulation of intellectual property rights in countries at different levels of economic development
Master’s programme
8
2014
The main hypothesis of research is an assumption that international regulation of intellectual property rights should be adapted to the innovative policies of countries in depends of their different levels of economic development.The main objective of the work is to create recommendations for forming of IPR balanced regulation at the international and national levels to achieve economic growth.

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