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A Tale of Two Regimes: Instrumentality and Commons Access

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Type: Journal Article
Author: Toly, Noah
Journal: Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society
Volume: 25
Page(s): 26-36
Date: 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/5077
Sector: General & Multiple Resources
Global Commons
Information & Knowledge
Region:
Subject(s): common pool resources
intellectual property rights
biodiversity
TRIPs
Abstract: "Technical developments have profound social and environmental impacts. Both are observed in the implications of regimes of instrumentality for commons access regimes. Establishing social, material, ecological, intellectual, and moral infrastructures, technologies are partly constitutive of commons access and may militate against governance according to principles of ecological justice. This article examines the relationship between regimes of instrumentality and commons access regimes, exploring the effects of bioprospecting on the biodiversity commons."

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