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AJIC Issue 19, 2016

Thematic Issue: Knowledge Governance for Development

The contributions in this issue address elements of knowledge governance (e.g., knowledge policymaking, law-making, management, appropriation, creation, access, use, sharing, transfer) with relevance to development in Africa. 

Dr Chris Armstrong, LINK Centre, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), Johannesburg

Dr Tobias Schonwetter, IP Unit, University of Cape Town

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Conceptualising Knowledge Governance for Development - Chris Armstrong and Tobias Schonwetter

Utility Model Protection in Kenya: The Case for Substantive Examination - Isaac Rutenberg and Lillian Makanga

Using the Living Lab Approach to Develop and Adapt a Context-Aware ICT4D Solution - Felix Ntawanga and Alfred Coleman

Policy Modalities for Support of Ethiopia’s Creative Industries - Wondwossen Belete

Assessing the Potential Role of Open Data in South African Environmental Management - Rachel Adams Ward and Fola Adeleke

MOOCs as “Semicommons” in the Knowledge Commons Framework - Kyle Rother

Reflections on Intellectual Property Benefit-Sharing in Employment Situations in Ghana - Poku Adusei

Geographical Indications (GIs) as Tools for Agricultural Knowledge Governance in Selected East and Southern African Countries - Tesh Dagne

Copyright, and Photographs or Videos of Public Art, in South Africa: An Imperfect Picture - Bram Van Wiele

Technology Transfer for Climate Change Mitigation: A Perspective from Kenya - Caroline Mwaura

Review: On Intellectual Property Cooperation and the Public Interest in Africa - Reviewer: Susan Isiko Štrba