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This collection of essays, sourced from the education and research community, present varying views to the working and interpretations of the UK’s intellectual property laws.
There are sound moral, ethical and financial arguments that publicly-funded researchers should use their training and activities for the good of society. However, are governments’ attempts to measure whether researchers working for the good—having an ‘impact’—so well-founded? Narrow, simplistic concepts of academic and external impact...