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Political and Legal Approaches to the Problem of Intellectual Property Protection

Student: Georgiy Veys

Supervisor: Rodion Belkovich

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Legal History, Theory and Philosophy of Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

In the presented qualification paper author considers the problem of searching for a political and legal justification for establishing the optimal balance of interests and creating the appropriate legal regulation in the field of intellectual property rights. The qualification paper reveals the existing theoretical approaches to the protection of intellectual property rights and assesses the possibility of developing the only true approach to the legal regulation of the institution of intellectual property. Studying the political and legal doctrines formed in domestic and foreign science regarding the institution of intellectual property and its nature, the author reveals the process of the emergence and development of the institution of intellectual property law, studies the modern understanding of this institution, and also considers the problem of protecting intellectual property by resorting to such political and legal doctrines, like doctrines of natural law, Marxism and neo-Marxism, works of representatives of libertarianism. In the process of writing the qualifying work author analyses the works of such representatives of political and legal thought as. J. Gordon, M.D. Bois, W. Fisher, K. Himma, J. Rigi, A. Moore, M. Rothbard, L. Spooner, J. Galambos, T. Palmer, H. Cole.

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