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June 1st, 2010
Episode 439 of 1250 episodes
What rules should govern business and academic interactions with so-called traditional knowledge? Sarah Holcombe examines questions of knowledge management, intellectual property rights, and research ethics through the lens of Australia's Aboriginal groups.