Dainoff Explores Intellectual Property Laws in “Democracy and Security”
March 05, 2020
Clinical Assistant Professor Charles Dainoff explores the relationship between intellectual property and the transfer of military technology in the February 2020 edition of “Democracy and Security.” His article, “Arms Transfers, Intellectual Property, and the Diffusion of Military Technology,” uses international arms transfer data to analyze the robustness of a country’s intellectual property protection and its relationship to international arms sales. The article was co-authored by Robert Farley and Erik M. Fay, both from the University of Kentucky.
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