Session 5 (8:45-10:30am)

Economic and Non-Economic Shades of Fairness and Morality

Chair: Justin Hughes, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, USA
Location: Assembly Hall

Fairness, Markets, and Intellectual Property
Shubha Ghosh, Syracuse University College of Law, USA

Incentive-based Justification for ’Fairness’: Antitrust vs. Intellectual Property
Juha Vesala, University of Helsinki, Finland

Fair vs. Optimal Use of Intellectual Property: an Economic Perspective (presentation)
Yasser Gadallah, Helwan University, Egypt

The Well-Being Approach to IP – a More ‘Moral’ Approach?
Estelle Derclaye and Tim Taylor, University of Nottingham, UK

Fifty Shades of Fairness: a Return to General Principles to Draw and Rationalize the Borders of Copyright
Caterina Sganga, Central European University, Hungary

GIs, Colonised Countries and Trade Agreements: (Un)Fair Use versus Economic Interests
Suelen Carls, University of Marília, Brazil

Are Non-Discrimination Principles Fair?
Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan, University of Cambridge, UK